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Fears Over Missing Surfer

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10:14am 12th January 2012

Police searching for a missing surfer in Newquay say his mobile has been turned on.

Oliver Doy disappeared on Saturday.

Now detectives say they are "desperate" to hear from whoever has got the black Samsung.

A Twitter campaign has been launched to find it and is asking for other information on his disappearance.

It is as the 26 year old's family plead "Come home Oliver."

He was last seen leaving a club with two women and a man.

Officers are also urging anyone who has information to get in touch.

They have released the following CCTV images and are keen to speak to the people seen in them.

Officers say they are in no way connected with the disappearance but may have vital information.

Mr Doy's driving licence has been found on a beach, after his night out drinking, prompting fears he may have been swept out to sea.

Acting inspector James Honeywell said, "The Cornwall Search and Rescue crew and the coastguard have been deployed throughout the last couple of days and are still searching now, along with the force helicopter, the coast path in the area. Obviously it is a possibility that he may have taken a fall."

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Police have released more pictures of Oliver Doy's clothes.

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Detectives say if anybody knows of his whereabouts, call on 101 or Crimestoppers quoting Log 572 of 070112.

10:14am 12th January 2012

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