The aforementioned object allegedly carried a message, with the aim that its recipient would not open it until after midnight. According to reports, the woman found several thousand euros in said package.
Some people interpret the aforementioned action as another gesture of farewell and consider that, in some way, Gimeno planned his subsequent movements.
The businessman said goodbye to a few friends and left them some possessions in their household
In addition to holding several telephone conversations with the mother of the little girls, in several of which she made it clear to Beatriz Zimmermann that she would not see them again, nor to him, it has transpired that Gimeno sent several goodbye messages from her parents at dawn. family and a few friends.
He allegedly told some of them in his comments that he left some of his possessions, such as the twenty-foot boat or the motorcycle he owned.
All these people have given statements to the Civil Guard investigators and have contributed what they know to try to clarify what could have happened to Tomás and his daughters in the afternoon and night of April 27, as well as in the early morning of the next day. . However, until now, the only certainty about the last known movements of the businessman was that he left the Marina Tenerife marina at 9:30 p.m., after loading his boat with several bags and packages; that he returned at 11:30 p.m. to buy a mobile charger at a gas station, that he recharged his terminal and that he left again an hour later with an unknown destination.
Starting next week, a ship from the Spanish Institute of Oceanography (IEO) is expected to move to waters off the Southeast of Tenerife to track the seabed, using sonar and an unmanned robot that provide information on any element that may provide clues about what happened on the night of April 27.
Regarding the robot, it has transpired that it has the capacity to descend up to 2,000 meters deep. Tomás Gimeno’s boat was located on the afternoon of April 28 more than a mile from El Puertito de Güímar. At that point, it is estimated that there may be a depth of between 400 and 500 meters.
The professionals of the Special Group of Underwater Activities (GEAS) of the Civil Guard have the capacity to descend to a depth of approximately 40 meters, in about three or four dives during each day.
The unmanned robot that will join the search scans the seabed at 2,000 meters
The measure of incorporation into the search tasks of a boat with sonar and unmanned robot to study the seabed was confirmed last week by the general director of the Civil Guard, María Gámez, during a ceremony held in the capital of Tenerife.
The NGO SOSDesaparecidos has requested that the Interpol police agency include on its website the name and photo of Tomás Gimeno as one of the people wanted internationally. This circumstance has not occurred, despite the fact that the titular judge of the Court of First Instance and Instruction number 2 of Güímar decreed in the first days the secrecy of the proceedings and an international search warrant on the aforementioned Tenerife businessman.
The work carried out by the canine agents Junco and Bil of the Civil Guard Cynological Service in the tracking of Gimeno’s house, orchards, boat and car has allegedly not provided significant data or indications to know what happened to the minors before he went sailing on his ship.