FOLLOWING ten days of extensive searches on land and sea, Dyfed-Powys Police have confirmed that the search for missing man Jai has been scaled back.
The search for the 40-year-old was launched around Hobbs Point, Pembroke Dock, on the morning of Monday, March 20, following a sighting of Jai and his car, namely a silver Honda Civic.
“In the past week we’ve been carrying out extensive searches using ourspecialist search team and police search adviser, a marine unit, specialist sonar equipment, drones, a dog unit, as well as working with South Wales Police’s dive team, the NPAS helicopter and Coastguard,” commented a Dyfed-Powys Police officer,
“Sadly, a decision was made yesterday (Thursday) to scale back the search, which has been communicated with Jai’s family.”
Police have confirmed that they will continue acting on any new information, and officers are continuing with missing person enquiries.
They are also are appealing for people not to put themselves in danger, particularly near the River Cleddau, if they are attempting to look for Jai.
If anyone has information that could help with the investigation, please contact the police on| https://orlo.uk/IrYm4 , by emailing| [email protected] or phoning| 101, quoting reference: DP-20230320-296.
If you are deaf, hard of hearing, or speech impaired text the non-emergency number on 07811 311 908.