The 64-years-old Pole still not found - New facts about when he went to the gorge
- 16 April, 2019
As a result, the current search for the 64-years-old Polish Andrzej Weber, whose traces have been lost since Monday, 8 April, in the area of the E4 trail between Sougia and Agia Roumeli, has not been completed.
Early in the morning, EMAK's search and rescue teams, with a special dog, the Kantanos and Anopoli fire brigades, the police and the locals, continued the investigations without any effect.
In fact, the commander of the Anopoli fire brigade, Stavros Plimakis, along with a native, started from Koustogerako and entered the gorge of Tripiti, reaching late afternoon the exit of the gorge without finding a trace of the missing person.
Because there is the possibility that when he camped on the beach of the gorge, he wanted to swim, searches were made in the marine area also by the port police and with divers, but they were also fruitless.
Meanwhile, a new piece of information came in to add to the 64-years-old movements after Saturday April 6 when he went to Sougia.
In particular, tourists told the rescuers that the camp site of the missing person at Tripiti beach had been seen at the same spot on Tuesday, 9 April, when they had returned from there.
This testimony shows that Andrzej Weber leaving Sougia - possibly on Sunday - went straight on the E4 path to Agia Roumeli and camped on the beach of Trypiti.
There he got a mobile phone signal and so he contacted with his cell phone his family members on Monday 8 April, and then every trace was lost.
Although in the morning of Wednesday the three times 24-hours is completed, which is legally obligatory by the Survey Law, all rescue teams will continue on Wednesday, all day long to find the 64-years-old Pole.
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