New information about Santa’s location has been shared at the North Pole. In a meeting today with key elves Mrs. Claus shared that she has received her first message from Santa since he left on walkabout.
Santa is well. He reports that he has met many interesting people and has “learned a lot about a new language”.
North Pole Security head Elf Agent X briefed the Search Committee today about gathered intelligence related to Santa’s possible location. This is what he shared:
• Santa left the North Pole on foot on March 25th.
• He was last seen in Wainwright, Alaska boarding a fishing vessel named Bait and Switch on April 4th.
• The Bait and Switch traveled the North Pacific, ending up at Princeville, Hawaii on the Island of Kauai around April 12th.
• Agents of North Pole Security interviewed several witnesses in Kauai who report Santa boarded a private vessel of unknown name that headed west from Kauai on April 13th.
• North Pole Security has requested access to launch records in Kauai of all recently recorded vessels in hopes of narrowing down Santa’s next destination.
• North Pole Security is following up on sighting reports of Santa in Japan, Taiwan, and the Philippines.
A North Pole Radio News report, available in the player above, also notes other efforts to find Santa in various departments.