If it wasn't for the Deeley family themselves going round gathering up CCTV from the area, then we wouldn't even be at this point. Incredible. The fucking guards.
And its a total head scratcher that on pushing this new appeal they released stills focusing on one man, but subsequently sleuths have since discovered a second man and now third man beside this original 'person of interest'. Could this be a deliberate ploy by the guards to focus on one man, who they maybe know more than they are letting on and know that he is responsible for Trevor's disappearance. Are they trying to spook him? Without Trevor's body or an accomplice/confession coming out they can't charge him. There is also the very real possibility that I am giving the guards too much benefit of doubt here and that they are in fact grossly incompetent/negligent in this investigation from the outset and up to present day.
But still nagging at me is the Alaska woman. He went there on a whim and to use an expression we use here, he was sent home with his tea in a mug. 22yrs old and maybe hadn't much experience with women. There is every chance that her rejection hit him very hard. He was putting on a brave face to those at home. I can't get around the fact that he only returned from Alaska on the Tuesday, but by the early hours of Friday morning was never seen again. Its very, very coincidental. Could it be that two nights after returning with his heart broken he went out on the lash and made a drunken, spontaneous, opportunistic decision to jump over that small wall along his walk home and into the dodder to end it all. Body washed out to sea etc.
His sister though says that a day after he disappeared "she thinks" his phone was ringing out after she tried it a few times. If that's the case then its very unlikely he voluntarily leapt in the dodder. Its amazing that these cunts of guards couldn't do more to trace his phone. They were able to nail Joe O'Reilly and Robert O'Donoghue for their crimes from the early 00's by tracing the movement of their phones.