Missing man thought to be in Epping Forest or Walthamstow

East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Christopher Searle Christopher Searle

Police are appealing for information on a missing man who is thought to be sleeping rough in the area.

Christopher Searle, from Suffolk, was last seen in Felixstowe on January 7 after telling friends and family he was travelling to London.

The 37-year-old is does not have access to his prescribed medication.

He was reported missing on January 15 and is believed to be sleeping rough in Epping Forest district or Walthamstow.

Mr Searle is white, 5fty 7ins tall, of medium build with short, dark, thinning hair.

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10:40pm Fri 17 Jan 14

Upshirehorse says...

If he is on prescriptive medication I think the public should know what this is for as should it be for mental health issues, the consequences can be problematic and even perilous.
If he is on prescriptive medication I think the public should know what this is for as should it be for mental health issues, the consequences can be problematic and even perilous. Upshirehorse

1:01pm Sat 18 Jan 14

Obstinate says...

Upshirehorse wrote:
If he is on prescriptive medication I think the public should know what this is for as should it be for mental health issues, the consequences can be problematic and even perilous.
You don't need to know what the medication is for - that is personal to him. You need to know if he could be dangerous if approached. If he could be, then this information is released when the appeal is made. In this case, as it is not mentioned, then I doubt that he could be dangerous.
[quote][p][bold]Upshirehorse[/bold] wrote: If he is on prescriptive medication I think the public should know what this is for as should it be for mental health issues, the consequences can be problematic and even perilous.[/p][/quote]You don't need to know what the medication is for - that is personal to him. You need to know if he could be dangerous if approached. If he could be, then this information is released when the appeal is made. In this case, as it is not mentioned, then I doubt that he could be dangerous. Obstinate

3:14pm Sat 18 Jan 14

Upshirehorse says...

Obstinate wrote:
Upshirehorse wrote:
If he is on prescriptive medication I think the public should know what this is for as should it be for mental health issues, the consequences can be problematic and even perilous.
You don't need to know what the medication is for - that is personal to him. You need to know if he could be dangerous if approached. If he could be, then this information is released when the appeal is made. In this case, as it is not mentioned, then I doubt that he could be dangerous.
No I do not agree as there have been numerous escaped incarcerated people who have gone missing from institutions and workhouses who have gone on to randomly attack and kill innocent members of the public as is monitored by the Lupo Trust the subject after whom the trust is named was killed out of the blue on a tube station platform by a deranged patient. The criticism often being that only vague details are released to save the embarrassment to the health body concerned. There was a young teenage girl killed in broad daylight and a gentleman riding his bike who was attacked and stabbed to death by an escaped patient.
[quote][p][bold]Obstinate[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Upshirehorse[/bold] wrote: If he is on prescriptive medication I think the public should know what this is for as should it be for mental health issues, the consequences can be problematic and even perilous.[/p][/quote]You don't need to know what the medication is for - that is personal to him. You need to know if he could be dangerous if approached. If he could be, then this information is released when the appeal is made. In this case, as it is not mentioned, then I doubt that he could be dangerous.[/p][/quote]No I do not agree as there have been numerous escaped incarcerated people who have gone missing from institutions and workhouses who have gone on to randomly attack and kill innocent members of the public as is monitored by the Lupo Trust the subject after whom the trust is named was killed out of the blue on a tube station platform by a deranged patient. The criticism often being that only vague details are released to save the embarrassment to the health body concerned. There was a young teenage girl killed in broad daylight and a gentleman riding his bike who was attacked and stabbed to death by an escaped patient. Upshirehorse

6:06pm Sat 18 Jan 14

Helen, Walthamstow says...

Upshirehorse wrote:
Obstinate wrote:
Upshirehorse wrote:
If he is on prescriptive medication I think the public should know what this is for as should it be for mental health issues, the consequences can be problematic and even perilous.
You don't need to know what the medication is for - that is personal to him. You need to know if he could be dangerous if approached. If he could be, then this information is released when the appeal is made. In this case, as it is not mentioned, then I doubt that he could be dangerous.
No I do not agree as there have been numerous escaped incarcerated people who have gone missing from institutions and workhouses who have gone on to randomly attack and kill innocent members of the public as is monitored by the Lupo Trust the subject after whom the trust is named was killed out of the blue on a tube station platform by a deranged patient. The criticism often being that only vague details are released to save the embarrassment to the health body concerned. There was a young teenage girl killed in broad daylight and a gentleman riding his bike who was attacked and stabbed to death by an escaped patient.
There is nothing whatsoever to suggest he was an escaped patient! Pure paranoia, and just the sort of thing cornbeefur would come up with.
[quote][p][bold]Upshirehorse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Obstinate[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Upshirehorse[/bold] wrote: If he is on prescriptive medication I think the public should know what this is for as should it be for mental health issues, the consequences can be problematic and even perilous.[/p][/quote]You don't need to know what the medication is for - that is personal to him. You need to know if he could be dangerous if approached. If he could be, then this information is released when the appeal is made. In this case, as it is not mentioned, then I doubt that he could be dangerous.[/p][/quote]No I do not agree as there have been numerous escaped incarcerated people who have gone missing from institutions and workhouses who have gone on to randomly attack and kill innocent members of the public as is monitored by the Lupo Trust the subject after whom the trust is named was killed out of the blue on a tube station platform by a deranged patient. The criticism often being that only vague details are released to save the embarrassment to the health body concerned. There was a young teenage girl killed in broad daylight and a gentleman riding his bike who was attacked and stabbed to death by an escaped patient.[/p][/quote]There is nothing whatsoever to suggest he was an escaped patient! Pure paranoia, and just the sort of thing cornbeefur would come up with. Helen, Walthamstow

6:24pm Sat 18 Jan 14

stickmanny says...

Yes, funny that. The idiot is back in full effect, only he sorted out his sticky caps key
Yes, funny that. The idiot is back in full effect, only he sorted out his sticky caps key stickmanny

12:59pm Sun 19 Jan 14

Sam59y says...

I met Mr. Searle at The Mall (E17) on friday about 15.30, near the lifts outside Asda, he took off his boot to show me a blister on his ankle (he said he had walked 52 miles) he was playing a transistor radio, he seemed healthy and in a good mood and was very polite. I read my local Guardian online everyday and recognized him instantly so I phoned 999 and told the Police that I met him appx 2 hours ago, I contacted Mall security 10 mins later informing them. He seemed pleasant I hope there is a happy ending.
I met Mr. Searle at The Mall (E17) on friday about 15.30, near the lifts outside Asda, he took off his boot to show me a blister on his ankle (he said he had walked 52 miles) he was playing a transistor radio, he seemed healthy and in a good mood and was very polite. I read my local Guardian online everyday and recognized him instantly so I phoned 999 and told the Police that I met him appx 2 hours ago, I contacted Mall security 10 mins later informing them. He seemed pleasant I hope there is a happy ending. Sam59y

4:54pm Mon 20 Jan 14

Helen, Walthamstow says...

No need to go on looking out for Mr Searle. He has been found safe and well, here in dear old Waltham Forest - though the Guardian has seen fit to post the report on the Epping website.
No need to go on looking out for Mr Searle. He has been found safe and well, here in dear old Waltham Forest - though the Guardian has seen fit to post the report on the Epping website. Helen, Walthamstow

5:16pm Mon 20 Jan 14

NDevoto says...

Upshirehorse wrote:
Obstinate wrote:
Upshirehorse wrote:
If he is on prescriptive medication I think the public should know what this is for as should it be for mental health issues, the consequences can be problematic and even perilous.
You don't need to know what the medication is for - that is personal to him. You need to know if he could be dangerous if approached. If he could be, then this information is released when the appeal is made. In this case, as it is not mentioned, then I doubt that he could be dangerous.
No I do not agree as there have been numerous escaped incarcerated people who have gone missing from institutions and workhouses who have gone on to randomly attack and kill innocent members of the public as is monitored by the Lupo Trust the subject after whom the trust is named was killed out of the blue on a tube station platform by a deranged patient. The criticism often being that only vague details are released to save the embarrassment to the health body concerned. There was a young teenage girl killed in broad daylight and a gentleman riding his bike who was attacked and stabbed to death by an escaped patient.
So troll, what medication have you not taken to continue to make such stupid statements?
[quote][p][bold]Upshirehorse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Obstinate[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Upshirehorse[/bold] wrote: If he is on prescriptive medication I think the public should know what this is for as should it be for mental health issues, the consequences can be problematic and even perilous.[/p][/quote]You don't need to know what the medication is for - that is personal to him. You need to know if he could be dangerous if approached. If he could be, then this information is released when the appeal is made. In this case, as it is not mentioned, then I doubt that he could be dangerous.[/p][/quote]No I do not agree as there have been numerous escaped incarcerated people who have gone missing from institutions and workhouses who have gone on to randomly attack and kill innocent members of the public as is monitored by the Lupo Trust the subject after whom the trust is named was killed out of the blue on a tube station platform by a deranged patient. The criticism often being that only vague details are released to save the embarrassment to the health body concerned. There was a young teenage girl killed in broad daylight and a gentleman riding his bike who was attacked and stabbed to death by an escaped patient.[/p][/quote]So troll, what medication have you not taken to continue to make such stupid statements? NDevoto

11:46pm Fri 24 Jan 14

alexb424 says...

Chris is a nice guy with some difficult issues to deal with.

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Chris is a nice guy with some difficult issues to deal with. Chris if you read this look me up on Facebook Alex Buckley (from Wonder Boy) alexb424

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