A major search has been planned for tomorrow as the hunt for missing teenager Jordan Cobb continues. The 16-year-old, from Plymouth, went missing on New Year's Eve after being seen to jump from the Torpoint ferry.
Police will work with the coastguard in rib type boats, checking the shoreline areas.
Searches have continued over the weekend along the River Tamar for 16 year old Jordan Cobb without success.
Police are asking the public not to carry out their own searching so that resources can be concentrated where they are most needed.
Another day of searching for a 16 year old boy who jumped from a ferry has been stood down.
Jordan Cobb jumped into the River Tamar from the Torpoint Ferry on Monday night. The Maritime and Coastguard Agency said "Despite an extensive search, he wasn't found."
Further searches are taking place in the River Tamar for a missing teenager who's thought to have drowned on New Year's Eve.
16-year-old Jordan Cobb was travelling to a party in Cornwall with friends when he jumped off the Torpoint Ferry just a few metres from shore.
Around 50 people took part in a co-ordinated search yesterday morning and a helicopter from RNAS Culdrose was called in yesterday afternoon to search the St John's Lake area.
Police say around 50 people will be taking part in a co-ordinated search for missing teenager Jordan Cobb this morning.
Staff from the coastguard, Devon & Cornwall Police and Ministry of Defence Police will be scouring both sides of the River Tamar and the dockyard.
They're asking people to stay away from the foreshore and not to go out in boats, as they say it's not safe and will hamper the investigation.
The Devon search will go as far as the citadel, with the MOD searching the dockyard. On the Cornish side it will go from Mt Edgecumbe to Millbrook, including the St John’s and HMS Raleigh areas.
Police are continuing to search the shoreline for a teenager who was seen jumping off the Torpoint Ferry on New Year's Eve.
Jordan Cobb, who's 16, went missing just after 9pm. Coastguards have called off their search after spending much of yesterday searching the River Tamar. But they're not ruling out the possibility that he managed to swim ashore.
Some of Jordan's friends have also joined in the search today.
Coastguards have called off their search for a teenager who was seen jumping off the Torpoint Ferry.
Jordan Cobb, who's 16, disappeared on New Year's Eve. Police, coastguard teams and the RNLI spent much of yesterday searching the River Tamar for him.
They're not ruling out the possibility that he managed to swim ashore.
The search for a 16-year-old who was seen jumping from the Torpoint Ferry into the River Tamar on New Year's Eve has been called off, according to the Maritime and Coastguard Agency.
Police, Coastguard and the RNLI have spent all day searching for Jordan Cobb from Plymouth, who disappeared at around 9.15pm.