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Leicester missing people: Can you help find those who have disappeared in the county?

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Leicester missing people: Can you help find those who have disappeared in the county?

Post by sharonl on 09.07.17 20:30

These are the nine missing people who a charity and police are trying to track down after they disappeared.

Leics Police video here: http://www.leicestermercury.co.uk/leicester-missing-people-can-you-help-find-those-who-have-disappeared-in-the-county/story-30428639-detail/story.html#BLkDz3l0IzWaoBTM.99 

Almost all of them are listed on Missing People's website with many having been missing for years.

Some have been subject to intense investigation with police suspecting foul play while others may have simply moved away without telling anyone.
It isn't a crime to go missing but many will have left concerned relatives behind - and the authorities are keen to speak to anyone with information.


Grzegorz Witkowski


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Grzegorz Witkowski

Mr Witowski was last seen leaving a party in Highfields in 2009.
In 2012 following a police review the Leicestershire force announced his death was being treated as a 'no body murder' investigation.
In 2013 Det Supt Neil Castle said: "We believe the answer to what happened lies in the Polish community.
"We are appealing now to anyone who has heard about what has happened to Grzegorz or believes they could have a small piece of information which could help."

Jane Linzey


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Jane Linzey

Mrs Linzey, from Walcote, was last seen in July 2012 when she was dropped off by a taxi at the recycling area at Morrisons, Lutterworth.
Police said she is also known to use the forenames Paulette and Elizabeth and the surnames Whatley and Jeppe.
She was reported missing by her carer on Tuesday, September 18.
In November 2013 Sergeant Gavin Drummond said: "We know that Mrs Linzey's bank accounts have not been accessed since July and she has not collected her medication from her doctor which has obviously worried us."

David Aitken


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David Aitken, who went missing in 2001

Loughborough University student David Aitken was reported missing in October 2001.
In 2007 a website dedicated to finding missing people said that the last known contact anyone had with David was a postcard with an Inverness postmark that was sent from Scotland.
He was 20 years old when he was last seen.

Malgorzata Wnuczek


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Malgorzata Wnuczek

One of the most high-profile missing people, Malgorzata Wnuczek was reported missing in May 2006.
Police believe the answer to the mystery of her disappearance could still be found in Leicester, chiefly within its Polish community.
Malgorzata, known affectionately as Gosia by her family, had been in regular contact with her parents in the weeks before she went missing.
Her last contact with them was a text message which she sent to them two days before the last sighting of her.
Last year police appealed for help tracking down a man who dialled 999 to say he had information about her disappearance.

Anh Nguyen




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Anh Nguyen

There are few details available around the disappearance of Anh Nguyen, who went missing last year aged just 15.
He was last seen in Oadby on June 27

Song Va Vu


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Song Va Vu

Like Anh Nguyen there are few details available about Song Va Vu, who was last seen in Wigston on June 27.
He was also 15 when he went missing.





Teo Le


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Teo Le
Teo Le is the third 15-year-old to go missing on June 27, 2016.
He was last seen in Wigston

Che Cooper


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Che Cooper

The most recent case is that of Che Cooper, aged 15, who was last seen on June 15.
A spokesman for the Leicestershire force said: "A number of enquiries have been ongoing to locate him and we are now asking for public help for any recent sightings of him.
"We are concerned for his welfare and would ask anyone who thinks they know where Che is or have seen him to get in touch."
He is described as black, around 5ft 7in tall and of a heavy build. He was last seen wearing a grey tracksuit, blue coat and carrying a blue bag.
Officers said Che is known to have links to the Essex and Kent areas.

Madeleine cCannMcCann


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Madeleine McCann

Madeleine vanished from the family's holiday apartment in Praia da Luz in Portugal on May 3 2007.
She was three-years-old at the time and her mother Kate said the tenth anniversary was a "horrible marker of time, stolen time"

Read more at http://www.leicestermercury.co.uk/leicester-missing-people-can-you-help-find-those-who-have-disappeared-in-the-county/story-30428639-detail/story.html#BLkDz3l0IzWaoBTM.99

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Post by aquila on 29.08.17 13:22

Since the launch of Child Rescue Alert by Missing People exactly how many Child Rescue Alerts have been made?
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Post by sharonl on 29.08.17 17:54

aquila wrote:Since the launch of Child Rescue Alert by Missing People exactly how many Child Rescue Alerts have been made?
 It doesn't say, but 

https://www.childrescuealert.org.uk/home/page/resources

Child Rescue Alert text to register

Any Child Rescue Alerts sent via text are free to receive. If you text to register for Child Rescue Alert, you will be charged your standard text message rate as specified by your network provider. Obtain bill payer’s permission before sending a text message. Customer care 02083924571.

Should you wish to donate to Missing People, when asked, the following terms and conditions will apply:
What you will be charged and what Missing People will receive

You may be charged a standard text message rate (dependent on your service provider) if you have registered for Child Rescue Alert or have opted-in (via text) to hear more from the charity Missing People.

For all donations received from text donating, Missing People receives 95p out of every £1 given. For each donation text you send, you will be charged the donation amount plus any associated text message costs (as stipulated by your network service provider).

If you text an incorrect keyword or short code, you may still be charged for the text message at your network service provider’s text message rate.

What your donation supports

Missing People offers a free, 24/7 helpline by phone, text or email to help missing children and adults to stay safe around the clock. For the families left behind, the pain won’t end until their loved one is found. We never give up on either of them. Your donation to Missing People will enable us to be a lifeline when someone disappears. For more information on what your donation supports, please view our latest Impact Report.

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Post by aquila on 29.08.17 19:06

Snipped from Missing People's website.

Join the Child Rescue Alert Team

And you could save a child's life

ACT NOW and support Child Rescue Alert

When a missing child’s life is in danger, every second counts. But you don’t need to be a superhero to save the day.


Child Rescue Alert is the potentially life-saving system that alerts people to high risk child disappearances.

The initial hours after a child goes missing are crucial. A sighting by a member of the public can lead to the safe recovery of the missing child.

When a Child Rescue Alert is issued, it is sent directly to thousands of people though text, email, app notifications, social media, digital billboards and national media. This means that many more eyes and ears are on the ground, on the lookout for the missing child.

http://www.missingpeople.org.uk/get-involved/other-ways-lend-a-hand/150-join-the-child-rescue-alert-team/703-text-to-donate-terms-and-conditions.html

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As I don't get into the city of Birmingham nowadays, and as Kate McCann was photographed launching a digital billboard in the city of Birmingham (on the day which miraculously turned up a missing teenager), I ask people on the forum have they seen any digital billboard media alert for a missing child in their cities?
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Post by plebgate on 30.08.17 12:23

I haven't seen any digital billboard alerts and I still haven't seen anything from the posties which was announced a few years back.

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Post by Doug D on 30.08.17 15:02

I did see a 'missing' billboard advert for somebody a couple of years back along the Mile End Road, near Liverpool Street station, in London.

I did post about it at the time but can't find it now.

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Post by aquila on 30.08.17 20:38

@Plebgate.

I have a new postman. I must ask him if he's all trained and ready to go with the alerts. My last postman didn't have a clue about it.

@ Doug D

Thanks. I remember you posting that too. How many digital media billboard alerts have been made in the provinces I wonder. They must be incredibly effective, on the very day Kate McCann launched the system a child in Birmingham was found!
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Post by sar on 30.08.17 23:58

aquila wrote:Snipped from Missing People's website.

Join the Child Rescue Alert Team



And you could save a child's life

ACT NOW and support Child Rescue Alert



When a missing child’s life is in danger, every second counts. But you don’t need to be a superhero to save the day.


Child Rescue Alert is the potentially life-saving system that alerts people to high risk child disappearances.

The initial hours after a child goes missing are crucial. A sighting by a member of the public can lead to the safe recovery of the missing child.

When a Child Rescue Alert is issued, it is sent directly to thousands of people though text, email, app notifications, social media, digital billboards and national media. This means that many more eyes and ears are on the ground, on the lookout for the missing child.

http://www.missingpeople.org.uk/get-involved/other-ways-lend-a-hand/150-join-the-child-rescue-alert-team/703-text-to-donate-terms-and-conditions.html

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As I don't get into the city of Birmingham nowadays, and as Kate McCann was photographed launching a digital billboard in the city of Birmingham (on the day which miraculously turned up a missing teenager), I ask people on the forum have they seen any digital billboard media alert for a missing child in their cities?
What if possible are "Low risk" child disappearances?

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