'Ángeles Alvariño' will arrive in Tenerife at the end of this week to look for Anna and Olivia

Newspaper / EFE

The Oceanographic Vessel ‘Ángeles Alvariño’ endowed with a side scan sonar and with an underwater robot that will join the search for Anna y Olivia, the girls disappeared like their father more than a month ago, it is already very close to Tenerife, where it could arrive this same saturday, given its current location, although its arrival is scheduled for tomorrow Sunday.

The ship of the Spanish Institute of Oceanography (IEO) left Galicia last Sunday and headed for the port of Cádiz, from which it left on Friday night for Tenerife.

The unmanned underwater robot Liropus travels aboard this vessel, capable of maneuvering up to 2,000 meters deep, and which was used to observe the Tagoro underwater volcano, off La Restinga (El Hierro).

With this technology, the Civil Guard will track the underwater bottom in an area delimited by the geopositioning of Tomás Antonio GC’s mobile, obtained through a duplicate of his card, at dawn on April 28, hours after he lost the trail.

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