28 Feb, 2024 @ 16:17
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Missing: British tourist, 61, who vanished from Spain’s Mallorca two days ago – as partner back home says she’s ‘worried sick’

THE family of a British tourist are growing concerned about his whereabouts after not hearing from him for two days.

John Webster, 61, has not been heard from since Monday evening, when he called his partner Kristiane Johnston, who lives in Canada.

John is enjoying a holiday in Palma de Mallorca and is expected to leave the island in March.

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MISSING: John Webster has not been in contact with his family for two days

Kristiane told the Olive Press: “I haven’t heard from him since Monday evening. He said he was going to call me right back and didn’t.

“I have been trying to contact the hostel where he was staying, and the police.

“I am worried sick about him because he keeps in touch and this isn’t like him.”

John is staying at the Urban Hostel Palma and has been frequenting the nearby Hogan’s pub.

The Olive Press has contacted the hostel to notify them and for a comment. No one was available at the time of publishing.

Have you seen John Webster?

Kristiane added: “I spoke on the phone with him for half an hour on Monday evening when he was at Hogan’s Bar. He said he was going to walk back to the hostel and then we’d chat again.

“Two messages I sent him that evening were opened but since then, none of my messages have been received.”

If you have seen John, please contact [email protected].

Laurence Dollimore

Laurence has a BA and MA in International Relations and a Gold Standard diploma in Multi-Media journalism from News Associates in London. He has almost a decade of experience and previously worked as a senior reporter for the Mail Online in London.

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