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Police frustrated over missing information on young missing backpacker Theo Hayez in Australia



The search for the missing backpacker Theo Hayez in Australia is increasing. Dozens of volunteers joining the state rescue service and police officers are combing dense bushland and cliff areas around Cape Byron, south of Brisbane, 18 days after the Belgian teenager was last seen.

Police announced Tuesday morning that their focus was on finding a smartphone and other objects in the area that might belong to Hayez. It's the second day viewers are turning their attention to the Cape Byron bushland.

  The police were frustrated with lack of new evidence regarding the disappearance of backpacker Theo Hayez, who was missing in Byron Bay, Australia.

FACEBOOK [19659005] Police were frustrated by the lack of new evidence of the disappearance of backpacker Theo Hayez, who is missing in Byron Bay, Australia.

Detective Inspector Matt Kehoe said more than 35 State Emergency Service (SES) workers, 15 Special Police officers and 20-30 members of the public participated in the search on Tuesday.

Inspector Kehoe told the volunteers that police and SES were walking shoulder to shoulder on hands and knees through the steep, dense bushland.

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The search continues at the pass in Byron Bay to Hayez.

Her focus will be on the area between Wategos Beach and The Pass on the west side of Cape Byron, as the telecommunications records said that this may have been the site of Hayez's last activity on his cell phone before the Battery was empty.

Inspector Kehoe said the searchers were looking for "any" evidence in relation to Theo, including his phone – understood as a neon-purple Oppo device.

"We know about the phone … but we limit our search not just on a mobile phone. Anything that could have had anything to do with Theo. "

On Monday, the police confirmed that the last ping of Hayez's phone was recorded on June 1 at 1:42 pm, more than 12 hours after being seen the last time he left Cheeky Monkeys Bar in Byron Bay CBD, the location of this last ping could not be determined.

Hayez's Distraught Father Laurant Hayez spoke on Monday The media, after arriving in Australia on Friday, asked WhatsApp, a Facebook-owned news agency, to grant the police access to Theos

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<p class= "We know Theo uses WhatsApp the night he disappears t has. We understand the confidentiality policy and respect it. However, this is a matter of supporting a person in grave danger, "Hayez said." It's critical that investigators can access Theo's WhatsApp account immediately. It matters every minute. "

While WhatsApp can not recover the contents of encrypted conversations, it can provide authorities with information such as a user's name, the photo, the start date of the service, the date of the last visit, the IP address , the e-mail address, the blocking or blocking of numbers by the user or other basic subscriber information.

  Inspector Matt Kehoe shows a photo of the phone seekers looking for.

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Inspector Matt Kehoe shows A photo of the wanted phone seeker.

A police spokeswoman said WhatsApp helped with investigations on Tuesday.

Authorities were initially alerted to Theo's disappearance on June 6 after being away from the Wake Up! backpacker hostel, in he had lived and could not be contacted.

His belongings, including his passport, were later found in his room n and triggered security fears.

Most recently, he was spotted leaving Cheeky Monkeys bar in the bar on Friday, May 31, at 11pm in the city. Shots from the video surveillance over the next 20 minutes seem to lead him towards his hostel.

  Search and rescue teams and the police are increasingly looking at the pass in Byron Bay on Tuesday.

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Search and Rescue forces and police reinforce Tuesday's search at Byron Bay Pass.

At 12.20 pm he sent a Facebook message to a family member in Belgium about bands coming to Australia.

Despite continued efforts by investigators and members of the Byron Bay community to find a trace of Theo, the police were frustrated by the lack of new clues.


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