The ship looking for Anna and Tomás Gimeno returns to port for the first time after 13 days of tracking

The oceanographic vessel Ángeles Alvariño has returned this Saturday to the port of Santa Cruz de Tenerife after 13 consecutive days of tracking in the area where Olivia’s lifeless body was found last Thursday and where her sister Anna and Tomás Gimeno are being searched.

The ship has returned to the port of Santa Cruz de Tenerife for a equipment breakdown, informed sources of the Civil Guard.

Angeles Alvariño will return to continue tracking as soon as solve technical incidentsadded the sources.

In the last hours, Ángeles Alvariño has been carrying out tracking tasks in a area closest to the Puerto Deportivo Marina Tenerife, where Tomás Gimeno had his boat moored, which was found empty and adrift the day after he disappeared with his daughters.

The Government delegate, Anselmo Pestana, reported this Friday that the search for Anna and Thomas would continue, at least, until next Monday and he did not rule out that he would stay for more days if necessary.

The ship had scheduled to return to its base in Vigo this week When it was decided to extend his tracking work after he found a scuba bottle and a quilt that belonged to Tomás on Monday, and on Thursday afternoon he located the lifeless body of Olivia, 6 years old, at a depth of 1,000 meters, inside a gym bag tied to an anchor.


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