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Man found dead in crashed car two days after he was reported missing | UK News

A man’s body has been discovered in a crashed car by police two days after he was reported missing.

John Winton McNab, 86, was the driver of a grey Mercedes B, which was found at about 1.20pm on Sunday 18 September following the incident in the Highlands.

Mr McNab, from Perth, had been reported missing on Friday 16 September, Police Scotland confirmed.

The crash happened on the A887 at Invermoriston and an investigation is now under way.

Mr McNab’s family has thanked all those involved in looking for him.

In a statement released by police, the family said: “We would like to thank everyone involved in the search to trace Winton, these efforts are greatly appreciated by the family.

“We request that our privacy is respected at this sad time.”

The independent Police Investigations and Review Commissioner (PIRC) has been instructed to investigate his death.

PIRC was told by the Crown Office and the Procurator Fiscal Service (COPFS) and will report to them.

Police Scotland said it had also referred the incident to PIRC.

The force added that enquiries to establish the full circumstances of what happened were ongoing.

It has urged anyone with information about the crash who has not yet spoken to an officer to contact them by calling 101, quoting reference 1660 of 18 September 2022.

Owami Davies: Met Police investigated after previously speaking to missing student nurse | UK News

The Met Police is being investigated after the watchdog learnt officers had previously been in contact with missing student nurse Owami Davies.

The 24-year-old from Essex was last seen on 7 July in Croydon after leaving her family home in Grays, Essex three days prior, and has not yet been found.

She was reported missing to Essex Police by her family on 6 July, with the force later handing the file over to the Met on 23 July.

However, on Saturday, Scotland Yard revealed its officers had spoken to Ms Davies on 6 July, after responding to an address in Croydon to concerns over the welfare of a woman.

Both the police and ambulance service attended and spoke to Ms Davies, who told them she did not want help.

At the time, she had not been marked as a missing person on the police database, and was only established later to be Ms Davies during the investigation to find her.

The Met said it is not investigating the officers in question, and its professional standards body was consulted, adding the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) requested the matter to be referred to them.

In a statement, Scotland Yard said: “The Met’s Directorate of Professional Standards (DPS) were consulted and as there has been contact with police the IOPC were informed.

“The IOPC has requested the matter be referred to them.

“The officers are not subject to any current investigation by the DPS.

“The interaction recorded on the officers’ body-worn video has been viewed by members of the Independent Advisory Group and Owami’s family to ensure openness and transparency.”

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The IOPC said in a statement: “We can confirm that we received a referral on August 5 from the Metropolitan Police Service in relation to contact officers had with Owami Davies in Croydon on July 6, after she had been reported missing to Essex Police.

“We are currently assessing the available information to determine what further action may be required.”

A renewed appeal to find Ms Davies was launched last week, with the British Transport Police saying she could still be using trains in the area.

The Metropolitan Police added: “Owami has been depressed and in the absence of her medication may use alcohol to relieve her depression.”

So far, five people have been arrested as part of the investigation, two on suspicion of murder and three on suspicion of kidnap – all of whom have been released on bail.

Anyone with information should call the incident room on 020 8721 4622, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

George Jack Temperley-Wells: Appeal to find boy, 4, missing after travelling to Turkey from Darlington in June | UK News

Police have appealed for urgent assistance to help locate a four-year-old boy from Darlington is missing, according to police.

George Jack Temperley-Wells is believed to have gone from Darlington to the Antalya area in Turkey with his mother, Brogan Elizabeth Temperley, on 29 June 2022.

Durham Police said they will have likley spent time with George’s father, Scott Nigel Wells in Turkey.

George has red hair, a pale complexion and dark eyes.

Ms Temperley, 28, is described as of slim build with long dark hair and dark eyes.

The four-year-old was last seen in the Marina area of Antalya.

Police said officers have serious concerns for his welfare and need to locate him urgently and speak to Ms Temperley.

Anyone who is in contact with her is asked to encourage her to contact the authorities in Turkey or the UK immediately to confirm her whereabouts and/or seek assistance to return home.
George is believed to have travelled to the Antalya area of Turkey with his mother Brogan (right)

If you are in the United Kingdom, please call Durham Constabulary on 101, quoting incident number 325 of June 30.

If you are in Turkey, please either attend a local police station or call their emergency number on 112 / 115.

Owami Davies: Fourth man arrested on suspicion of murder over missing student nurse in south London | UK News

A fourth man has been arrested in connection with the disappearance of student nurse Owami Davies.

The 24-year-old went missing after leaving her home in Grays, Essex, on 4 July.

She was last seen just after midnight on 7 July in Derby Road, West Croydon, south London.

On Wednesday, her mother made a “desperate” plea to the public to help find her daughter, whom she said was months away from finishing her nursing course and starting a job at Guy’s and St Thomas’ hospital.

“I am begging, I am asking for the public’s help, from the people, to say if you know, if you have heard or seen her, or she passed you, please speak up,” Ms Davies’s mother, Nicol Davies, said.

On Thursday, the Metropolitan Police arrested a 22-year-old man at an address in Croydon on suspicion of murder.

He is the fourth person to be arrested, after police had previously detained three men, aged 23, 27 and 32.

Police also released new CCTV images of Ms Davies, from the night she was last seen in a shop and on Derby Road.
CCTV released by police show Ms Davies in a shop in Croydon

Investigators are looking to speak to the driver of a white van, that was parked on the road.

Ms Davies was with a man and crossed the road just as the van pulled out, police said, adding the driver would have had a “good opportunity” to see both of them.

The Met Police said this remains a missing person enquiry.

Mother makes ‘desperate’ public plea to help find missing Owami Davies – as police release CCTV images | UK News

The mother of a missing student nurse has made an emotional plea for information, as the police release CCTV images.

Owami Davies, 24, has been missing since 4 July after she left her family home in Grays, Essex.

She was last seen on Derby Road in West Croydon, South London on 7 July and almost a month after her disappearance, her mother, Nicol Davies, said “it is obvious that someone out there has seen something”.

“I am begging, I am asking for the public’s help, from the people, to say if you know, if you have heard or seen her, or she passed you, please speak up,” she said.

“All we really want is to find her, all we really need is for her to come home or to know her whereabouts.

“I sit here as a desperate mother at the mercy of anyone that knows or heard something to help me find my baby, that’s all I’m asking, just help to find her.

“Or her, if she’s somewhere and hears this, to please come home. We miss her so much, her brothers and myself miss her, need her.

“We are not complete, we just want her to come home and, again, if she is listening she should know she’s not in trouble.”

Ms Davies, who is a mother of three, added that her daughter was “really happy” and had about two months left of her nursing course, with a job secured at Guy’s and St Thomas’ hospital.
Police have released CCTV images of Ms Davies

She added that Ms Davies worked in A&E during the pandemic and that the family had planned to go to Spain and Disneyland Paris on holiday.

She said: “We had so many things on our calendar that we still needed to do.”

She added: “She’s a lovely person. Owami’s caring, she likes to help. She doesn’t hold grudges. She loves her brothers, she dotes on her brothers. She loves me. As much as we love her.”

The Metropolitan Police has released new images of the night Ms Davies was last seen in a shop and CCTV of her in Derby Road.
The inquiry is still being treated as missing persons investigation

Investigators are looking to speak to the driver of a white van, that was parked on the road.

Ms Davies was with a man and crossed the road just as the van pulled out, police said, adding the driver would have had a “good opportunity” to see both of them.

The Met Police said this remains a missing person enquiry.

A 32-year-old man arrested on suspicion of murder at an address in South Croydon remains in custody and two other men, aged 27 and 23, were arrested in the Croydon area for the same offence.

Man charged with murder of missing Basildon mum after body found in Wat Tyler Country Park | UK News

A man has been charged with the murder of a young mother following the discovery of a body in a country park.

Madison Wright, of Basildon in Essex, was last seen alive on 22 July and was wearing a pink top, black trousers and flip flops.

The 30-year-old’s black Vauxhall Astra was found four days later on 26 July in Brackendale Avenue in Basildon.

Forensics teams at the police cordon at Wat Tyler Country Park in Basildon, Essex. Pic: Essex Police
Forensics officers at the police cordon at Wat Tyler Country Park in Basildon, Essex. Pic: Essex Police

Essex Police arrested a man on Friday, and on Sunday officers charged Gary Bennett with murder.

The 36-year-old, from Pitsea, is due to appear at Southend Magistrates’ Court on Monday.

The force said that a body was found at Wat Tyler Country Park in Basildon on Saturday.

The park and nearby recycling centre remain shut whilst officers continue with their enquiries.

Madison Wright's car was found in Brackendale Avenue, Basildon, Essex, on 26 July. Pic: Essex Police
Ms Wright’s car was found in Brackendale Avenue, Basildon, Essex, on 26 July. Pic: Essex Police

The body has yet to be formally identified but Ms Wright’s family have been informed of the development and are being supported by specialist officers, police said.

Police want to speak to anyone who has information but has not yet come forward, in particular anyone who saw Ms Wright or her car between 8.30am on 22 July and 26 July.

The force is also appealing for CCTV, dash cam or other footage in relation to the incident.

Essex Police can be contacted about the incident on a dedicated phone line on 0207 1267612.

Information can also be reported online at or anonymously to Crimestoppers by calling 0800 555 111.

Swimmer missing at sea and five others pulled from water after getting into difficulty near Clacton Pier | UK News

A man is missing at sea and five others have been pulled from the water close to Clacton Pier in Essex, the coastguard has said.

Emergency services have been called to the scene and a major search and rescue operation is underway to find the man after six people got into difficulty off the coast.

Nigel Brown, communications manager for Clacton Pier, said the current “dragged” a group towards the pier.

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It comes as a man in his 20s died while swimming in a lake at Cotswold Water Park in Wiltshire.

Police were called shortly after 6pm on Monday but the man was confirmed dead shortly after being pulled from the water.

Staff threw lifebelt rings over the side to help some of those in trouble, he said.

Mr Brown continued: “Eight of them were in the water but my understanding is four or five got into difficulty.

“My understanding is one person was missing.

“The group that were in the water were very worried about one person they couldn’t see and were saying, ‘There’s one missing’.

“As far as I know, that person’s still missing. They’ve had the helicopter up.”

Mr Brown said it was “difficult to tell their ages” but he believed some were in their late teens and early 20s and fully clothed.

Essex Police said: “We’re on the scene assisting emergency services colleagues with a serious and ongoing incident close to Clacton Pier.

“There is a significant emergency services presence in the area while the incident is being dealt with. We’ll provide an update as soon as we practically can.”

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HM Coastguard said it was responding to “a report of multiple people in the water”.

A spokesman said: “HM Coastguard is currently responding to an incident at Clacton Pier following a report of multiple people in the water.

“Clacton beach patrol, the RNLI lifeboat from Clacton and Coastguard rescue teams from Clacton, Walton and Holbrook have been sent to help, as well as the Coastguard rescue helicopter from Lydd.

“Essex Police, Essex Fire Service and Essex Ambulance Service are also attending.

“Five people have been rescued, with the search still ongoing for a sixth man.”

Officials have been warning about the risks of extreme temperatures, with at least four people losing their lives since Saturday.

A 14-year-old is missing in the River Thames in London, while a 13-year-old died on Monday after he got into trouble while swimming in a Northumberland river.

Another boy, 16, also died on Monday in Bray Lake in Berkshire, while a 50-year-old lost his life at Ardsley Reservoir in Yorkshire.

A 16-year-old boy died after he was seen struggling in the water at Salford Quays, Greater Manchester, on Saturday.