“As we enter day six of the search for Nathan Clarke, officers have revealed that, despite examining hours of CCTV footage from West Bay Road, no sign of Nathan leaving the beach area onto the roadway, on Saturday 25 February 2012, has been found.
“The examination of CCTV footage continues,” a police spokesperson said.
On Friday, 18 police officers and 35 civilian volunteers were continuing to search the sea off Seven Mile Beach.
Seachers are concentrating on searching the sea in front of Public Beach following the recovery of Mr. Clarke’s cell phone in 10 feet of water, about 150 feet from shore, in front of Calico Jack’s on Wednesday by a snorkelling cruise ship passenger.
A black Fossil wallet Mr. Clarke was carrying when he disappeared has not been recovered.
The 31-year-old Cayman Prep teaching assistant was last seen by his girlfriend and a group of friends at the water’s edge at Calico Jack’s about 8.30pm on Saturday.
Police advised that divers and snorkellers who wished to join the search Saturday, 3 March, should report to the mobile police command unit at the Public Beach car park by 8.30am.
“Police are stressing once again that searchers must report to police so that searches can continue to be professionally coordinated,” police said.
On Friday, divers and snorkellers again joined the search and others who could not assist in the water boarded glass-bottom boats that moved up and down Seven Mile Beach.
The search party is appealing for experienced and confident divers to join the search, with divers being asked to register at public beach at 9.30am, 2pm and 3.30pm Friday. Divers should bring their own equipment, including computers and tanks.
Funds raised in the Find Nathan Fund is paying for air tanks for volunteers.
Anyone with information should contact West Bay police station on 949-3999. Anyone who was within Calico Jack’s on Saturday evening is also being encouraged to send any photos or video taken within the beach bar to [email protected]