65 year old Margaret Holt has not been seen since December 23
The son of the 65 year old British woman, Margaret Holt, who went missing on Lanzarote on December 23 has made a public appeal for help from the public. He called for anybody who may think they have any information on the whereabouts of his mother to get in touch with the authorities can call either 112 Emergency, 080 Fire Service or 062 Guardia Civil.
The Canary Island government said in a statement that Ben Riley had appeared before the press at his own request, recalling the circumstances in which his mother disappeared and giving a physical description of her in an attempt to find her.
He also thanked the effort and work carried out already by the Guardia Civil and all the volunteers who had taken part in the search, as many as 70 people at times, and he also thanked some witnesses who had placed his mother in the northern area of the island.
The manager of the Safety and Emergencies Consortium, Enrique Esponisa, and the Firefighting Chief, Andrés Pérez Dorta, joined Riley in the press conference and gave details of what they had done in previous days and the places they had registered.
Some maps which Margaret left in her hotel lead them to think she was walking from the Costa Teguise to the Caleta de Famara to carrying out the walk at the Risco de Famara. One witness claims they spoke to her in the Islands Homes urbanisation in Farmara, and another reported seeing her hours later on December 23. DISCLAIMER Text may be subject to copyright.This blog does not claim copyright to any such text. Copyright remains with the original copyright holder