Jordan Cobb - Police continue search for missing teen
A police search for a missing teenager was due to resume again today – four days after he jumped off a ferry and vanished.
Jordan Cobb, 16, has not been seen since he jumped from a Torpoint Ferry into the River Tamar between Devon and Cornwall as he headed to a New Year's Eve street party in Torpoint with a group of friends.
Hopes are fading that the Stoke Damerel Community College student will be found alive.
Friends and family have staged a candlelit vigil to pray for the missing teenager.
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Police were due to join coastguards today to continue the hunt but police have urged the public to keep away from the shoreline.
A spokesman said: "Although we understand their willingness to help, it is not a safe environment and could hamper the co-ordinated search that is taking place."
Last night, friends and family gathered at Hamoaze House in Devonport for a vigil.
Earlier, dozens of volunteers met at the Torpoint ferry crossing, before splitting up to search coastal areas including Devonport, Millbrook, Plymouth Hoe and Mount Batten.