Missing Person investigation one month on

It has now been one month since 51-year-old Thomas Frost was last seen at his parent’s house in St Ouen. 

To-date, 225 search taskings have been identified and completed.  Visiting Police Search Divers had searched designated water areas, including some parts of the coastline, but gave a high level of assurance that Thomas was not in the areas of water they had searched.  Investigation enquiries generated 216 actions which have also been completed. 

Over the last four weeks, various agencies have joined in the search for Thomas, Jersey Search and Rescue (JSAR), Jersey Fire and Rescue Service (JFRS), Channel Island Air Search, the Jersey Coastguard, CI Search and the Honorary Police have all been involved, as well as a Police Search Advisor (POLSA) from Guernsey and a Police Search Dive Team from Avon and Somerset. Searchers have made use of drones, boats, planes and a search and rescue dog. 

A peer review by Avon and Somerset Police has also been conducted with one recommendation, to search wooded areas within a 2 kilometre radius. Support for specialised search dogs has been sought and are expected to arrive imminently. 

Thomas, who is 5’10, medium build with greying hair, left the address he was staying at, sometime between 10pm on Saturday 11th and 1am on Sunday 12th February. Police believe that when he left the house he could have been barefoot, but wearing a crimson red T-shirt underneath a navy shirt with white buttons and navy jeans and that he may also be wearing a light grey hoodie. 

Thomas’ family remain supported by specialist officers. 

Members of the public should still be watchful when out and about and report anything that may be helpful to the enquiry to the police on 01534 612612, option 2, option 4.


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