Adrian Lynch - Further Searches

As the search for missing man Adrian Lynch continues, officers have re-visited some properties in the Carrefour Selous area over the weekend.

The grounds and outbuildings of just under 200 properties were searched, and more open land searching will continue for the next few days.

An independent peer review carried out by colleagues from the National Crime Agency will take place this week, with a National Senior Investigating Officer Advisor and a National Missing Person Advisor visiting the island to review the overall investigation and to offer a neutral and objective eye over the work undertaken so far.

Detective Chief Inspector Lee Turner said:

“Having spent most of Monday briefing the NCA & visiting St Lawrence, initial dialogue so far has centred on witness strategy and current hypotheses. Any recommendations or suggestions will be considered following the review with my management team. More broadly, this helpful review may just sign post other areas of investigation we may be able to exploit as the search continues to find Adrian. This is an independent peer review in order to help identify any new potential lines of enquiry we should consider pursuing. Peer reviews in cases such as this are regarded as national best practice and can benefit from an independent and fresh perspective on enquiries”.

“Over the last three days, the grounds and outbuildings of just under 200 properties have been searched, unfortunately nothing has been found. The support of the community has continued to be fantastic and I would like to sincerely thank everyone for their continuing assistance and cooperation”

We still want to hear from anyone living in the St Lawrence area, or who travelled into, through or out of the area between midnight on Friday 4th and 04:00 hours on Saturday 5th December, who may have heard or seen anything which might be of relevance to contact us, however insignificant that might appear to them to be and we would ask that anyone that has yet to make contact with us to please get in touch on 612612.


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