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Search teams including divers could be seen combing popular beaches on Friday as oblivious surfers caught waves nearby.He was supposed to check out of his room at the hostel on June 3 but staff did not report him missing until June 6.The woman, who wished to remain anonymous, told Daily Mail Australia, the staff had only alerted to police to Mr Hayez's disappearance when his cousin Lisa called.'The first 48 hours are the most important.'The woman had been with Mr Hayez's family when they first went to the hostel.hostel in Byron Bay where the pair had been staying and had gone to a bar with him on the night he vanished.The pair were seen on CCTV at The Northern Hotel bottle shop in Byron Bay about 7.45pm before heading to Cheeky Monkey's Bar later in the night.