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Post by loopzdaloop on 30.12.15 22:25

Was just reading the news RE: Sally Allan.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3379184/Fears-grow-mother-three-59-went-missing-hours-spending-Christmas-Day-family.html

We had a laugh on Christmas Day... she disappeared the next morning': Husband's emotional appeal for mother-of-three, 59, who went missing hours after watching Fawlty Towers with her family 

  • Mother-of-three Sally Allan was last seen at home in Ponteland, Newcastle

  • Spent a cheery December 25 with her family the day before going missing

  • Has not been seen since 3am on Boxing Day and family now desperate

  • Husband insists disappearance 'out of character' after 'lovely Christmas'


By EUAN MCLELLAND FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 18:30, 30 December 2015 UPDATED: 21:58, 30 December 2015

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Mother-of-three Sally Allan (pictured) was last seen at her home in Ponteland, Newcastle, at 3am on Boxing day morning
The family of a woman who has been missing since Boxing Day have spoken about the happy Christmas Day they enjoyed hours before her disappearance.
Mother-of-three Sally Allan was last seen at her home in Ponteland, Newcastle, at 3am on Boxing Day morning.
She had spent a cheery December 25 with her family the day before going missing, laughing as they sat watching episodes of Fawlty Towers.
However, five days on and her family are now gravely concerned about her whereabouts.
At a press conference today, Mrs Allan's husband Gordon, 60, explained how the couple had celebrated a normal Christmas with the family.
He recalled how they laughed together as they watched the classic BBC comedy, hours before his wife vanished.
Mr Allan said: 'This is totally out of character for Sally to do something like this and we have never been apart from each other for long at all.
'The family were all together over Christmas and had a lovely time and for this to happen is just devastating.
'We all sat around on Christmas Day and watched the TV and had a laugh, it was like any other Christmas.'

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To help with the police investigation into her disappearance, more than 100 volunteers have joined the search for the 59-year-old in and around Ponteland.
Pages have also been set up on social media dedicated to finding her.
Mr Allan said: 'The support we have been getting on social media and from people in the community has been overwhelming.


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'The people of the North East have always been known as friendly compassionate people and this just goes to prove it.
'Sally is a selfless woman who would go out of her way to help others around her, she was a great wife and a wonderful mother.'
Northumbria Police are searching Newcastle Quayside after a possible reported sighting of Sally in the area at around 6.10am on December 26.
She is 5ft 7ins tall with a slim build, with short grey hair.



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At a press conference held today, Mrs Allan's husband Gordon Allan, 60 (pictured, with one of the couple's daughters), explained how the couple had celebrated a normal Christmas with the family and recalled watching Fawlty Towers and laughing together less than seven hours before she went missing



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To help with the police investigation into her disappearance, more than 100 volunteers have joined the search for the 59-year-old in and around Ponteland
She may be wearing gold rimmed glasses.
At the time of her disappearance she is believed to have been wearing pink pyjamas, a cream fleece and a cream coloured Regatta waterproof jacket.
Mr Allan saw Sally leave their house in the early hours of Boxing Day, and says he has no idea where she might be.
Anyone with information about where she may be should contact Northumbria Police.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3379184/Fears-grow-mother-three-59-went-missing-hours-spending-Christmas-Day-family.html#ixzz3vqU0ZVwE 
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Ever since the Mccain's and watching the youtube documentary 'Crocodile Tears' (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fpTEE_zWj0M) 
I can't help finding myself becoming suspicious each time I see a press conference. Has anyone else found similar? 
Apparently Sally left the house at 3am and the husband just let her go without asking questions.

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Post by sharonl on 30.12.15 23:26

So this woman leaves the house at 3am wearing her Pyjamas and a waterproof coat.  Obviously someone saw her leave, but no-one questioned her.  Where on earth is there to go in your pyjamas at 3am on boxing morning?

If this is true, then she probably left on her own accord and doesn't want to be found.  

Sorry but this is another media story that I am not buying.

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Post by worriedmum on 30.12.15 23:35

quote '''The people of the North East have always been known as friendly compassionate people and this just goes to prove it.
'Sally is a selfless woman who would go out of her way to help others around her, she was a great wife and a wonderful mother.'
Northumbria Police are searching Newcastle Quayside after a possible reported sighting of Sally in the area at around 6.10am on December 26'' unquote


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Post by Hobs on 31.12.15 0:09

@worriedmum wrote:quote '''The people of the North East have always been known as friendly compassionate people and this just goes to prove it.
'Sally is a selfless woman who would go out of her way to help others around her, she was a great wife and a wonderful mother.'
Northumbria Police are searching Newcastle Quayside after a possible reported sighting of Sally in the area at around 6.10am on December 26'' unquote


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Well spotted Worriedmum.

Is she not a geat wife any more?

Him using the past tense so son after his wife went missing is a big red flag.
What has caused him to use the past tense?
Guilty knowledge?
Forensic evidence?
The police have given him a reason to believe she is dead?
Passage of time?

Mother-of-three Sally Allan was last seen at her home in Ponteland, Newcastle, at 3am on Boxing Day morning
3 is known as the liars number (Mark McClish)
It doesn't mean the subject is lying, things can and do happen at 3 o'clock, or 3 attackers or 3rd floor.
It means that it is noted and further probing questions asked

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Post by Tony Bennett on 31.12.15 0:53

@Hobs wrote:
Well spotted Worriedmum.

Is she not a geat wife any more?

Him using the past tense so son after his wife went missing is a big red flag. What has caused him to use the past tense?
Compare Maxine Carr using the past tense about Holly Wells in the Soham murders case:

21 min 30 secs to 23 mins on this Ian Huntley documentary:   http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xwqey7_ian-huntley-the-soham-murderer_shortfilms

The BBC journalists picked up the use of the past tense

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Re: Missing Sally Allan Press Conference

Post by loopzdaloop on 31.12.15 20:39

Thanks for pointing out some of those inconsistencies, the interview did raise a red flag. 
It turns out that the police have CCTV footage of her walking through the streets in her PJ's, but its still quite strange that she was left to leave the house like that or decided to leave the house. 



Haunting last image of missing mother of three: Former teaching assistant is captured walking 11 miles through the streets after disappearing from her home at 3.10am on Boxing Day 

  • Sally Allan, 59, vanished from Ponteland home at 3.10am on Boxing Day

  • She was tracked by police on CCTV walking 11 miles through the streets

  • Images show mother of three walking along Newcastle Quayside at 6am

  • Dressed in pink pyjamas, a fleece and a cream Regatta waterproof jacket

  • Mrs Allan has not been seen, or heard from, since the footage was taken

  • Comes as her relatives have told of how she had a cheery Christmas Day

  • She enjoyed glass of sherry and watched Fawlty Towers, then vanished 


By SOPHIE JANE EVANS and EUAN MCLELLAND and THOMAS BURROWS FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 18:26, 31 December 2015 UPDATED: 19:35, 31 December 2015


        


Chilling CCTV footage has emerged showing a missing mother of three walking beside a river at 6am on Boxing Day after disappearing from her home 11 miles away in the middle of the night.
In the images, Sally Allan, 59, is captured walking quickly along Newcastle Quayside in a cream fleece, pink pyjamas and a cream Regatta waterproof jacket after leaving her house at 3.10am.
It is unclear why the retired teaching assistant was in the street, nor where she was walking to.
The newly-released footage is the last confirmed sighting of Mrs Allan, who has been tracked by police walking 11 miles from her £400,000 house in Ponteland, Northumberland, to the Quayside.

She was earlier caught on CCTV in Throckley, Newburn and on Scotswood Road. The grandmother has not been seen, or heard from, since she was filmed walking beside the River Tyne at 6.10am. 
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Final confirmed sighting: Chilling CCTV footage has emerged showing Sally Allan, 59, walking at Newcastle Quayside 6am on Boxing Day after disappearing from her home 11 miles away in the middle of the night



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Eleven-mile walk: In the images, Sally Allan, 59, is captured walking beside the River Tyne in what appear to be pink pyjamas, a fleece and a cream Regatta waterproof jacket after leaving her £400,000 house at 3.10am


[size=10][size=20]CCTV of last confirmed sighting of missing mum Sally Allan


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Missing: The newly-released footage (left) is the last confirmed sighting of Mrs Allan (right), who has been tracked by police walking 11 miles from her £400,000 house in Ponteland, Northumberland, to the Quayside
This evening, Northumbria Police said the footage - captured by Newcastle-upon-Tyne's Copthorne Hotel - was being released in the hope that someone may have seen Mrs Allan that morning.
Chief Inspector Stephen Readdie said: 'We have reviewed the CCTV from the rear of the Copthorne Hotel and we can confirm this is Sally and it is the last confirmed sighting we have of her.
'The footage shows her walking west to east past the Copthorne and along the river.
'We lose sight of her around the Swing Bridge area and it unknown where she went from this point.
'She could have gone towards the city centre, across the bridge over toward the Hilton Hotel and Tyne Bridge, or continued along the Quayside following the river. 

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'Inquiries are being carried out into all of these possibilities.' 
Chf Insp Readdie added that people out walking their dogs or heading to work may have noticed Mrs Allan - particularly because of the 'pace she was walking' and the 'way she was dressed'.
This 'might have caught their attention', he said.

It comes as Mrs Allan's family and friends have told of how she enjoyed a glass of sherry on Christmas Day and laughed as she watched Fawlty Towers - just hours before she vanished.
Five days on, they are now gravely concerned about their loved one's whereabouts.



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Haunting: Mrs Allan was earlier caught on CCTV in Throckley, Newburn and on Scotswood Road. She has not been seen, or heard from, since she was filmed walking beside the River Tyne at 6.10am (above)




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Distraught: Mrs Allan's husband Gordon, 60, said they both celebrated a normal Christmas with the family. Above, Mr Allan is seen with the couple's three children (from left to right, Clive, 32, Claire, 30, and David, 28



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Happier times: Mrs Allen is seen with husband Gordon, and their three children. The grandmother was last seen at 3am on Boxing Day when she went down to get a cup of tea or water, which was not unusual for her
At a press conference yesterday, Mrs Allan's husband Gordon, 60, explained how the couple had celebrated a normal Christmas with the family.
He recalled how they laughed together as they watched the classic BBC comedy, hours before his wife disappeared.
Mr Allan said: 'This is totally out of character for Sally to do something like this and we have never been apart from each other for long at all.
'The family were all together over Christmas and had a lovely time and for this to happen is just devastating.
'We all sat around on Christmas Day and watched the TV and had a laugh, it was like any other Christmas.' 
Neighbour Jim Robertson, 81, who also lives on Errington Road, said he had enjoyed a glass of sherry at the Allan family home on Christmas Day and had not noticed anything out of the ordinary.  
He went to their home at 11.45am and stayed for an hour chatting with the family. 




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Traced: This map shows how Mrs Allan was last seen by her husband, at their Ponteland home, at 3am on Boxing Day. Police say they can then trace her movements by CCTV through Throckley, Newburn and the Scotswood Road before the final confirmed sighting of her near the river at Newcastle Quayside at 6.10am



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Mr Allan, pictured with the couple's children, said his wife's disappearance was 'totally out of character' 
He found out about her disappearance on Boxing Day, when her daughter Claire came to the door with a police officer wanting to search his garden.

He said: 'I couldn't believe it. It was totally out of the blue. 
'We still haven't really come to terms with it. It was dreadful to hear what happened. 
'I was stunned. I was searching the garden with the police. She was wonderful. Every year I would get invited in for a sherry. I did that every Christmas. I didn't notice anything was wrong.
'She was great, she was the same as usual - bright and cheerful. She seemed to be enjoying herself. 'There was some other family there. David and Claire and her husband were there. 
'All of them seemed fine as well.'
He added: 'Twice a week she would come to visit as my wife's not well. She came in to speak to her. She really was so cheerful. We had a great relationship with her.

'She was a happy person. I didn't think there were any problems. There was no traumas or health problems that I know about in her life time while she's been here.



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Family in arms: The couple's children hug at the Newcastle Quayside, where Mrs Allan was last seen, on CCTV



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Sally Allan, who has been missing since Boxing Day, has been described as a 'selfless woman who would go out of her way to help others around her' 
'They seemed to be a very happy couple. It makes it all the more devastating really. You can't believe it. There is no reason for it.'  
Mr Allan saw his wife leave their shared bedroom at 3am on the morning of Boxing Day, believing she was going downstairs to get a drink of water or a cup of tea, which was not unusual for her. 
When he woke in the morning and she was not in bed, he concluded that she must have been sleeping in their spare room.
However, once realising she was nowhere to be seen, he contacted the police. 
Chief Inspector Steve Readdie confirmed Mrs Allan, a grandmother-of-one, had been filmed on CCTV walking from her home to the area the morning she walked out of her home.
To help with the police investigation into her disappearance, more than 100 volunteers have joined the search for the 59-year-old in and around Ponteland.
Officers have scoured the River Tyne and Newcastle's Quayside as their probe into her whereabouts intensified.

[size=20]Northumbria Police and Fire & Rescue searching for missing mum

Pages have also been set up on social media dedicated to finding Mrs Allan - a recently retired teaching assistant at Gateshead College - with locals sharing an appeal for information thousands of times. 
[/size]As the family gathered near Newcastle's Swing Bridge, Mr Allan said: 'We're devastated. It is obviously not the kind of Christmas any family would have wanted or would have planned.
'The support we have been getting on social media and from people in the community has been overwhelming.
'The people of the North East have always been known as friendly compassionate people and this just goes to prove it.
'Sally is a selfless woman who would go out of her way to help others around her, she was a great wife and a wonderful mother.'
He said the couple had been inseparable for decades after meeting as students at a disco at Sheffield University in 1978. 



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Emergency services scoured the River Tyne and Newcastle's Quayside as their probe into her whereabouts intensified



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Mr Allan described his wife, a former teaching assistant as being 'very caring' and someone who 'wore her heart on her sleeve'
'We've done everything together, we lived in London then we decided to move back to the North East in 1986. It was where she was brought up. She was very caring', he said.   

Her daughter, Claire, 30, said: 'You are an amazing mam, wife, sister, grandma. Everyone wants you to come home.' 
The couple's youngest son, David, 28, who has a son Joshua, added: 'It was a normal Christmas just like every other year. Mam was at the centre of it all like always, we played games had lots of laughs.'
Clive, 32, added: 'She played a lot with her grandchild, she was a doting grandmother. The last thing I said to her was just thanks for a lovely day.
'It's very much out of the blue. She's never done anything like this before. It's very out of the ordinary.
'We all spent Christmas Day together and had a nice day. There was no signs to indicate something like this would happen. I have got no idea why she would go. We are really worried. It's pretty terrible right now.' 



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Pictured is Errington Road, in Ponteland, where Mrs Allan lived with her husband and where she disappeared from in the early hours of Boxing Day morning 
Northumbria Police are now searching Newcastle Quayside after the confirmed reported sighting of Mrs Allan in the area at 6.10am on December 26.
She is 5ft 7ins tall with a slim build, with short grey hair. She may be wearing gold rimmed glasses. 
Chf Insp Readdie of Northern Area Command said: 'This is an incredibly distressing time for Sally's family who are desperate for her to come home.'
He added: 'All the help from the public has been fantastic so far and in order for us to follow up all of the sightings and information then anyone who thinks they might have seen Sally must ring it in on 101 and pass it onto police this way, to ensure it is followed up and checked out.'

Those with information should contact Northumbria Police by dialling 101. 


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3380547/Last-image-missing-mother-three-Former-teaching-assistant-captured-walking-11-miles-night-streets-disappearing-home-3-10am-Boxing-Day-morning.html#ixzz3vvtj7reU 
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There is a video of her walking on CCTV which is worth a watch, Its very firm, purposeful striding. 
CCTV of last confirmed sighting of missing mum Sally Allan http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3380547/Last-image-missing-mother-three-Former-teaching-assistant-captured-walking-11-miles-night-streets-disappearing-home-3-10am-Boxing-Day-morning.html#v-2438098669002538750

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Post by canada12 on 31.12.15 21:04

Is there any way to confirm that the person shown in the video is actually the missing woman? The person appears to have a hood up, making it difficult to tell.

The person is wearing the clothes that we expect her to wear, because her husband told us that is what she was wearing.

If this was a tv series about an untimely death, and the person responsible for the untimely death wanted to convince us, and the police, that the victim walked out of the house wearing a certain collection of clothing in the middle of the night... what would it take for the person responsible for that untimely death to dress in that person's clothing and walk, purposefully, past places where they know there are surveillance cameras?

I know, my imagination is running full out here. But... can we actually see from the surveillance videos the woman's face to identify her? Or is the identification being made on the basis of clothing alone?

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Post by Guest on 31.12.15 22:44

What a mystery.  Perhaps rooted in family issues, Christmas can bring them to the surface.  It's not looking good.

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Post by BlueBag on 01.01.16 8:20

So much for past tense.

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Post by Guest on 01.01.16 9:41

Maybe she's simply had enough.  Hands up those women who are mothers will occasionally feel like walking out?  Presents to buy/wrap, cooking, washing up, extra laundry, cleaning, a house full of visitors, often with no thanks for their efforts.  The reality is the domestic side of Christmas is the responsibility of the mother in the family and it can be relentless at times. IMO!

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Post by Amy Dean on 01.01.16 9:59

Disappearing in the middle of the night dressed in pyjamas seems an unusually desperate measure to me though.

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Post by aquila on 01.01.16 12:44

From the CCTV footage Mrs Allan has a very distinctive gait. To be found 11 miles from her home in a relatively short space of time is to ask people to assume she walked the whole 11 miles, in the dark and the cold wearing a pair of pyjamas, a fleece and a rain jacket.

I hope she's found safe and well.

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Post by Guest on 01.01.16 14:48

@aquila wrote:From the CCTV footage Mrs Allan has a very distinctive gait. To be found 11 miles from her home in a relatively short space of time is to ask people to assume she walked the whole 11 miles, in the dark and the cold wearing a pair of pyjamas, a fleece and a rain jacket.

I hope she's found safe and well.
Walking 11 miles in 3 hours is doable.  I walk 2.5 miles in 50 minutes.

@Amy Dean.  Perhaps she is desperate.

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Post by aquila on 01.01.16 15:12

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@aquila wrote:From the CCTV footage Mrs Allan has a very distinctive gait. To be found 11 miles from her home in a relatively short space of time is to ask people to assume she walked the whole 11 miles, in the dark and the cold wearing a pair of pyjamas, a fleece and a rain jacket.

I hope she's found safe and well.
Walking 11 miles in 3 hours is doable.  I walk 2.5 miles in 50 minutes.

@Amy Dean.  Perhaps she is desperate.
Walking 2.5 miles in 50 minutes is pretty much the norm for a person of good health - 20 minutes per mile is average. Walking at the same rate to cover 11 miles approximates to 3.5 hours of walking - and this doesn't allow for tiring/being wet/being cold/being anxious/a change of heart etc and whatever else. This is also assuming Mrs Allan left her home at approx 3am.

There must be more CCTV of Mrs Allan surely. The police have sophisticated means at their disposal.

I hope she's found alive and well.

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Post by loopzdaloop on 01.01.16 15:21

@canada12 wrote:Is there any way to confirm that the person shown in the video is actually the missing woman? The person appears to have a hood up, making it difficult to tell.

The person is wearing the clothes that we expect her to wear, because her husband told us that is what she was wearing.

If this was a tv series about an untimely death, and the person responsible for the untimely death wanted to convince us, and the police, that the victim walked out of the house wearing a certain collection of clothing in the middle of the night... what would it take for the person responsible for that untimely death to dress in that person's clothing and walk, purposefully, past places where they know there are surveillance cameras?

I know, my imagination is running full out here. But... can we actually see from the surveillance videos the woman's face to identify her? Or is the identification being made on the basis of clothing alone?

That's a good point, the cctv is limited and we can't be sure it is actually her.

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Post by Guest on 01.01.16 15:33

I'm certain the police have more info/CCTV which they are not releasing.  Perhaps they even have a hypothesis as to the circumstances.  The purpose of releasing the footage would be to alert the public to her clothing and location.

I do miss PeterMac and his incisive and knowledgeable posts.

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Post by Get'emGonçalo on 01.01.16 15:40

Ladyinred wrote:
I do miss PeterMac and his incisive and knowledgeable posts.
Peter's busy on several 'behind the scenes' Maddie projects but told me he'll probably be back a bit later on when he's finished.

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Post by Amy Dean on 17.02.16 9:41

Presumably this person has now been identified as Mrs Allan but I can't find a later report which confirms it.

http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/news/north-east-news/search-missing-sally-allan-reaction-10834944#ICID=FB-Chron-main

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