New video reportedly shows missing Jay Slater just hours before his disappearance

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A new video has surfaced reportedly showing missing teenager Jay Slater hours before he went missing in Tenerife.

As previously reportedly, Thursday (June 20) marks the fourth day in the search for UK teen Jay Slater, who disappeared during a vacation to the Spanish island.

The 19-year-old had visited the island with his friend Lucy Mae Law and one other pal to attend the NRG musical festival.

However, after heading back to their shared accomodation on Sunday night, Lucy Mae woke up to a concerning phone call from Jay at around 8:15AM on Monday morning.

She says that Jay had opted to stay out with people he met the night before, and when he called, he was lost, thirsty, and his phone was about to die. Lucy Mae adds that Jay said he was going to walk back to their apartment - a journey that would have taken around 10 hours.

As authorities continue to search the area of Jay's last known whereabouts - Rural de Teno Park near the village of Masca - a "bombshell" new video has emerged online.

As reported by The Sun and LBC, the footage appears to show Jay as one of the NRG Festival raves on Sunday evening - just hours before going missing. Check it out below:


The 19-year-old can be seen walking through a club's busy dance floor with sunglasses propped on his head. He also appears to be wearing the same grey and green shirt that has been highlighted by loved ones earlier this week.

Jay was seen wearing the shirt in a Snapchat video, which was also taken on the Sunday evening.

That video can be seen below:



The video was shared in the 'JAY SLATER MISSING - ONLY OFFICIAL GROUP' Facebook group, which was established to share details to help locate the missing teen. As of this writing, more than 340,000 people have joined the group to help.

The video shows Jay smiling in what social media users have identified as a Technicals shirt. He was also carrying a black back.

Screenshot 2024-06-19 at 10.56.06.jpgA screenshot of what is believed to be Jay Slater's final Snapchat post before going missing. Credit: Snapchat/JaySlater

A clearer look at the shirt can be seen below:

Screenshot 2024-06-19 at 10.58.44.jpgJay is believed to be wearing a grey and green Technicals shirt. Credit: JD Sports

On Thursday (June 20), Manchester Evening News reported that police have now searched Jay's apartment for clues to his whereabouts.

The search comes after Jay's mom - Debbie Duncan - revealed that she had received a vile and concerning message on Snapchat just moments after landing in Tenerife to look for her son.

"I got a Snapchat [message] about ten minutes after I got off the plane saying ‘Kiss goodbye to your boy, you’re never going to see him again, he owes me a lot of money,'" the mom revealed.



Fortunately, Debbie's eldest son Zac was able to take a screenshot of the message and pass it on to police.

Per the Daily Mail, Debbie has described the ordeal as a "living nightmare", adding: "I've got a bad feeling. I'm being warned there's a lot of bad people in Tenerife. I just think he's being held against his will.

"He's not a stupid lad. He wouldn't have gone walking down bloody mountains."

Screenshot 2024-06-19 at 10.53.21.jpgCredit: Facebook

The concerned mom described her son as "streetwise" and "not stupid", Debbie is not fearing the worst. "There's no ransom demand come in yet. I've told them [police] my suspicions, that I think Jay's been taken up north by people against his will," she added.

As well as the concerning Snapchat message, Debbie has also been receiving troubling phone calls.

"'Some of the phone calls I've been getting have been horrible. I just don't know why people would want to do things like this," she said. "I've been getting lots of prank calls. It's sickening. People ringing me and saying they've got Jay because he owes them money."

Screenshot 2024-06-19 at 20.34.24.jpgJay Slater wearing the shirt he believed to have disappeared in. Credit: Instagram

Additionally, Lucy Mae also fears that something more sinister has happened to Jay, and that local police aren't "doing enough" to find him.

Following search efforts being directed to another area of the island on Wednesday - a decision that was reportedly made due to a false sighting - Lucy Mae said: “Someone has given a false lead to the police saying he’s rang a taxi down to Los Cristianos.

"If this was the case he would have rang his mum or one of us. I know him well and he would NOT have us worrying."

“Someone is trying to deter the police from him being up there," she added. "I’m starting to think he’s been kidnapped.”

Speaking to The Independent, Lucy Mae said: "The police are not doing everything they can.

“It’s been longer than 72 hours now and there isn’t enough going on. They are still asking the same questions that should have been logged at 10:00AM on Monday when I first reported this."

"We need British police here," Lucy Mae added in an interview with the Mirror. "I just want to find my mate. He’s been missing three days. It’s not looking good now. We feel as though it’s down to us to find him and that we’re doing more than the police.

"The police here don’t speak English and don’t even have a translator after three days. I feel like they’re fobbing me off. They’re still asking me the same questions as when I first reported Jay missing.”

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New video reportedly shows missing Jay Slater just hours before his disappearance

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By stefan armitage

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A new video has surfaced reportedly showing missing teenager Jay Slater hours before he went missing in Tenerife.

As previously reportedly, Thursday (June 20) marks the fourth day in the search for UK teen Jay Slater, who disappeared during a vacation to the Spanish island.

The 19-year-old had visited the island with his friend Lucy Mae Law and one other pal to attend the NRG musical festival.

However, after heading back to their shared accomodation on Sunday night, Lucy Mae woke up to a concerning phone call from Jay at around 8:15AM on Monday morning.

She says that Jay had opted to stay out with people he met the night before, and when he called, he was lost, thirsty, and his phone was about to die. Lucy Mae adds that Jay said he was going to walk back to their apartment - a journey that would have taken around 10 hours.

As authorities continue to search the area of Jay's last known whereabouts - Rural de Teno Park near the village of Masca - a "bombshell" new video has emerged online.

As reported by The Sun and LBC, the footage appears to show Jay as one of the NRG Festival raves on Sunday evening - just hours before going missing. Check it out below:


The 19-year-old can be seen walking through a club's busy dance floor with sunglasses propped on his head. He also appears to be wearing the same grey and green shirt that has been highlighted by loved ones earlier this week.

Jay was seen wearing the shirt in a Snapchat video, which was also taken on the Sunday evening.

That video can be seen below:



The video was shared in the 'JAY SLATER MISSING - ONLY OFFICIAL GROUP' Facebook group, which was established to share details to help locate the missing teen. As of this writing, more than 340,000 people have joined the group to help.

The video shows Jay smiling in what social media users have identified as a Technicals shirt. He was also carrying a black back.

Screenshot 2024-06-19 at 10.56.06.jpgA screenshot of what is believed to be Jay Slater's final Snapchat post before going missing. Credit: Snapchat/JaySlater

A clearer look at the shirt can be seen below:

Screenshot 2024-06-19 at 10.58.44.jpgJay is believed to be wearing a grey and green Technicals shirt. Credit: JD Sports

On Thursday (June 20), Manchester Evening News reported that police have now searched Jay's apartment for clues to his whereabouts.

The search comes after Jay's mom - Debbie Duncan - revealed that she had received a vile and concerning message on Snapchat just moments after landing in Tenerife to look for her son.

"I got a Snapchat [message] about ten minutes after I got off the plane saying ‘Kiss goodbye to your boy, you’re never going to see him again, he owes me a lot of money,'" the mom revealed.



Fortunately, Debbie's eldest son Zac was able to take a screenshot of the message and pass it on to police.

Per the Daily Mail, Debbie has described the ordeal as a "living nightmare", adding: "I've got a bad feeling. I'm being warned there's a lot of bad people in Tenerife. I just think he's being held against his will.

"He's not a stupid lad. He wouldn't have gone walking down bloody mountains."

Screenshot 2024-06-19 at 10.53.21.jpgCredit: Facebook

The concerned mom described her son as "streetwise" and "not stupid", Debbie is not fearing the worst. "There's no ransom demand come in yet. I've told them [police] my suspicions, that I think Jay's been taken up north by people against his will," she added.

As well as the concerning Snapchat message, Debbie has also been receiving troubling phone calls.

"'Some of the phone calls I've been getting have been horrible. I just don't know why people would want to do things like this," she said. "I've been getting lots of prank calls. It's sickening. People ringing me and saying they've got Jay because he owes them money."

Screenshot 2024-06-19 at 20.34.24.jpgJay Slater wearing the shirt he believed to have disappeared in. Credit: Instagram

Additionally, Lucy Mae also fears that something more sinister has happened to Jay, and that local police aren't "doing enough" to find him.

Following search efforts being directed to another area of the island on Wednesday - a decision that was reportedly made due to a false sighting - Lucy Mae said: “Someone has given a false lead to the police saying he’s rang a taxi down to Los Cristianos.

"If this was the case he would have rang his mum or one of us. I know him well and he would NOT have us worrying."

“Someone is trying to deter the police from him being up there," she added. "I’m starting to think he’s been kidnapped.”

Speaking to The Independent, Lucy Mae said: "The police are not doing everything they can.

“It’s been longer than 72 hours now and there isn’t enough going on. They are still asking the same questions that should have been logged at 10:00AM on Monday when I first reported this."

"We need British police here," Lucy Mae added in an interview with the Mirror. "I just want to find my mate. He’s been missing three days. It’s not looking good now. We feel as though it’s down to us to find him and that we’re doing more than the police.

"The police here don’t speak English and don’t even have a translator after three days. I feel like they’re fobbing me off. They’re still asking me the same questions as when I first reported Jay missing.”

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