Based on the article by Lizzie Dearden, “Police searching for woman with ‘pink nails and heavy make-up’ after attack on London Tube” (https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/police-searching-for-woman-with-pink-nails-and-heavy-makeup-after-attack-on-london-tube-10329529.html) published in The Independent on 18 June 2015, the Private Detectives at Oxford share useful tips to facilitate the easy location of missing persons.
The article written by Lizzie Dearden published in The Independent on June 18th 2015: https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/police-searching-for-woman-with-pink-nails-and-heavy-makeup-after-attack-on-london-tube-10329529.html, describes the police struggling to trace a female whose physical description is of a woman with long pink nails and heavy makeup. The woman has gone missing while travelling in the underground train in London. In the same train, a passenger was attacked after which the woman fitting the above description has gone missing. As a result of this, the train line has been stopped during rush hours for a while. The police was informed as soon as the attack happened. Upon arriving at the train station, the police officers learnt of a sixty-year-old woman who had gone missing from the crime scene. The suspect is described as a heavy, black woman, approximately six inches in height with bright pink nails and thick makeup, making the woman hard to miss if the suspect should step out. Furthermore, eyewitnesses have stated that the woman was wearing skinny jeans, sandals, a black coat and a white vest top. The British police officers have provided email addresses and telephones numbers to ensure that, if any individual comes across the missing woman, the police and family can be notified immediately.
Based on the article written by Lizzie Dearden, the Private Detectives at Oxford (privatedetectives-oxford.co.uk) shed light on ways in which a missing person case can be solved without a glitch. The detectives discuss the ways in which the steps of the missing individual are retraced to ensure no sign hinting towards the whereabouts of the missing person is missed out. Once the steps are retraced, the eyewitnesses are thoroughly questioned and interrogated to pick up on certain physical behavior or appearance that may have been ignored otherwise. The family and friends are also questioned to ensure that the missing individual was not involved in any feud or misunderstanding that might link the absence to the case.
The chief investigator at Private Detectives Leeds (privatedetectives-oxford.co.uk), Chris Long, sheds light on the effective ways the detectives use to solve a missing person case successfully. The expert says, “It is extremely important to us that we take a missing person case very seriously. We understand the pain that families go through when a loved one goes missing. Our job is to follow ways that may appear harsh and useless from an outsider’s perspective, but such techniques help us gather minor information that makes a lot of difference to the overall case. Stringed-up minor information is what eventually helps us solve the case.” The professional can be contacted via the company’s phone number (01865 930 124).
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