Missing Brit seen dancing in Irish bar in Tenerife minutes before she vanished
4th December 2018

CCTV footage has emerged showing the last know movements of a missing Brit before she vanished in Tenerife.

Amy Louise Gerard is seen singing and dancing with her German boyfriend at an Irish pub just minutes before she mysteriously disappeared.

The 28-year-old was seen enjoying herself with other drinkers and jigging to the Pogues’ ‘Fairy Tale of New York’ at in Molly Malone in Puerto de la Cruz, last Thursday.

Amy, who lives and works on the Spanish Island with boyfriend and fellow marine wildlife trainer Dennis Kissling, can even be seen blowing kiss towards the camera during the night out with her colleagues.

In the footage obtained by The Sun, Amy, from Grimsby, Linconshire, is dressed in black skinny jeans and a green jumper, standing hand-in-hand with Dennis.

According to eye-witness reports, the pair later walked out of the bar and headed their separate ways – with Amy turning left and Dennis turning right.

The Lincoln University graduate hasn’t been seen since.

Yesterday Amy’s family waited anxiously in Tenerife for any news from authorities as police and the coastguard searched the shoreline amid fears she may have fallen into the sea and drowned.

Owner of Molly Malone bar, Brendan Reid Spencer, told The Sun : “She came in with six work colleagues around 11pm on Thursday night, when we have live music.

“They were having a good time singing and dancing, but I wouldn’t say they were drunk.

“She was with her fella, a German lad called Dennis.

“The group all left in twos, and she and Dennis were the last to leave.

“She turned off to the right and Dennis went to the left.”

The Animal Behavioural Science graduate works at Loro Parque Sea World in Puero de la Cruz, alongside German-born Dennis.

The pair are thought to have been dating for several months and were at the bar to celebrate a friend’s birthday.

Friends and loved ones have described her disappearance as totally out of character and have posted appeals on social media for any information regarding her whereabouts.

Amy’s mum Julie wrote on Facebook: “Thanks to everyone for sharing this information.

“It’s not like my daughter to go missing and not contact us.

“We’re all very worried and need new information. Please contact the police if you’ve seen or heard anything from Amy since Thursday night. We want her found as soon as possible.”

Amy’s university flatmate Natalie Taylor added: “Please if anyone knows anything or has seen Amy Louise Gerard can they please get in touch.

“Friends and family are increasingly worried. Amy was my flatmate at uni and she is amazing.”

Spanish police confirmed last night they’re responding to a lead from a woman in England who said she had “seen Amy on Snapchat”.

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