Continuing rough sea conditions in the waters off Grand Cayman led to the cancellation of Tuesday’s marine search for missing teaching assistant Nathan Clarke.
A small sea craft warning was in place as wave heights reached 6 to 8 feet on Tuesday.
The marine search was also called off Sunday afternoon and all day Monday due to the weather and sea conditions.
No police-coordinated land searches were scheduled to be carried out Tuesday.
Similar weather conditions are forecast to continue in the region until late this week, making it likely that seas will be too rough for volunteer and police divers and boats to search for Mr. Clarke.
Mr. Clarke was last seen around 8.30pm on Saturday, 25 February, near the water outside Calico Jack’s bar on Public Beach in Grand Cayman.
Since his disappearance, more than 500 civilians have joined in the search for him.