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4.20pm - July 9

Two Met Police staff served "misconduct notices" over missing teenager case

Two members of Metropolitan Police Service staff have been served "misconduct notices" following an investigation into the case of missing London teenager Richard Okorogheye whose body was found in Epping Forest.

The body of the 19-year-old was discovered in Wake Valley Pond off Epping New Road on Monday, April 5 - 13 days after he left his home in Ladbroke Grove, west London.

A search in Epping Forest was launched on March 31 after it emerged that Richard had made a taxi journey to Loughton on the night he left home.

He was dropped off in Smarts Lane at about 12.30am on Tuesday, March 23.

An investigation into the case was launched by the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC).

An IOPC spokesperson said: “We can confirm that we have served misconduct notices on two members of Metropolitan Police Service staff as there is an indication that they may have failed to pass on new and relevant information relating to Richard Okorogheye to the team responsible for conducting missing person assessments.

"The serving of misconduct notices does not mean that disciplinary proceedings will follow.”
3.07pm - April 27

EXCLUSIVE:  Police divers carry out further search of forest pond following discovery of teenager's body three weeks ago

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Police divers have carried out a further search of Wake Valley Pond in Epping Forest looking for further evidence in the case of missing London student Richard Okorogheye.

The body of the 19-year-old student was found in the pond off Epping New Road 22 days ago.

A Metropolitan Police Service diving team spent several hours at the pond today looking for anything that could be linked to the case.

Richard's body was found in the pond on Monday, April 5 - 13 days after he left his home in Ladbroke Grove, west London.

A search in Epping Forest was launched on March 31 after it emerged that Richard had made a taxi journey to Loughton on the night he left home.

He was dropped off in Smarts Lane at about 12.30am on Tuesday, March 23.

One of the diving team officers - speaking to Everything Epping Forest at the scene as the officers packed up at the end of the search at about 1pm - said they had been looking for any potential evidence that had been missed during the initial search.

He said nothing had been found.

Yesterday the Independent Office for Police Conduct confirmed it is investigating complaints by Richard Okorogheye’s mother about the way the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) handled reports that her son was missing.

The IOPC said its investigation began after a mandatory referral was received from the MPS on April 7.

The statement added that during a meeting with Richard's mother on Friday, April 16, IOPC investigators were told that she wished to complain about the way in which she was initially treated by the police and how her reports about the disappearance of her son were handled. 

The IOPC said its investigation will address these complaints and examine the Met’s overall handling of the missing person report.
6.03pm - April 26

EPPING FOREST: Investigation underway into way police handled case of missing student

An investigation into the case of Richard Okorogheye whose body was found in Epping Forest will look into whether police "responded appropriately" to the concerns that he was missing, and "whether Richard’s or his mother’s ethnicity played a part in the way the initial reports of his disappearance were handled”.

The Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) is investigating complaints by Richard's mother about the way the Metropolitan Police Service handled reports that her son was missing.

Richard, 19, was reported missing from Ladbroke Grove, west London, by his mother, Ms Evidence Joel, on Tuesday, March 23. She made further calls to the MPS the following day.

Mr Okorogheye’s body was discovered in Wake Valley Pond, off Epping New Road, on Monday, April 5.

A post-mortem was conducted on Wednesday, April 7. 

The Independent Office for Police Conduct has said its investigation began after a mandatory referral was received from the MPS on April 7.

On Friday, April 16, IOPC investigators met with Ms Joel when she informed investigators she wished to complain about the way in which she was initially treated by the police and how her reports about the disappearance of her son were handled. 

The IPOC investigation will address these complaints and examine the Met’s overall handling of the missing person report, a statement said.

IOPC Regional Director Sal Naseem said: “Our thoughts are with Richard’s family and friends and all those affected by this tragic loss. We have spoken to his family and explained our role.

“Our investigation will establish whether the police responded appropriately to the concerns raised that Richard was missing.

“We will examine whether the force appropriately risk assessed those reports, and if the amount of resources the Metropolitan Police dedicated to its enquiries were suitable based on the information known by the police and the risks posed.

“As there is a mandatory requirement for police forces to refer to us incidents which result in a death or serious injury, we will examine the actions and decisions of the police when dealing with the missing person report made in respect of a vulnerable young man.

“We will also consider whether Richard’s or his mother’s ethnicity played a part in the way the initial reports of his disappearance were handled.”
6.06pm - April 8

DISTRICT: Council chief executive says London teenager's family are "in our hearts and prayers"

The chief executive of Epping Forest District Council has said the family of London teenager whose body was found in a pond in Epping Forest are "in our hearts and prayers".

Georgina Blakemore said she was speaking on behalf of councillors, council staff and local people as she expressed the "sorrow and condolences of the district" to the family of Richard Okorogheye.

She said: "It has been with great sadness that we have watched the tragedy of Richard Okorogheye’s disappearance unfold across our TV screens over the last few days. 

"We do not know what drew him from his home on the other side of London to our district but we have watched with foreboding as the search progressed.

"As a council, we work closely with our colleagues in Essex Police and also know the distress they will have felt at such a tragic outcome.

"Were it not for the pre-election rules which forbid the council from issuing statements directly from our councillors during this time, I know that all of our councillors and colleagues would want to express their sorrow and condolences to the family and friends of Richard.

"You are in our hearts and prayers."
8.36pm - April 7

EPPING FOREST: Police confirm body is that of missing student

Police have tonight said that the body found in a pond off Epping New Road on Monday afternoon has been formally identified as that of 19-year-old Richard Okorogheye.

Detectives say his death is being treated as "unexplained".

A statement added: "Police do not believe, at this stage, that there was any third-party involvement. 

"A forensic post mortem took place on Wednesday, April 7. The cause of death is pending whilst further investigations are carried out, however it found no evidence of physical trauma or assault."

His next of kin have been informed and are being supported by specialist officers.
Richard went missing from his home in Ladbroke Grove, west London, on Monday, March 22, and was reported missing on Wednesday, March 24.

The statement, issued by the Metropolitan Police Service tonight, adds: "As a matter of routine, as Richard had been reported missing prior to the discovery of his body, a referral has been made to the Met’s Directorate of Professional Standards (DPS) and to the Independent Office for Police Conduct."

Detective Superintendent Danny Gosling, Head of the Met’s Central West Public Protection Unit, said: “My deepest sympathies go out to Richard’s family at this incredibly difficult time. This was not the outcome that any of us had hoped for and we will ensure that his grieving family are well supported by specially trained officers.

“I would like to extend my thanks to the many officers, staff and members of the public who have each played a part in the extensive effort to locate Richard.”

The investigation into the circumstances of Richard’s death is ongoing.

Specialist search teams remain in parts of Epping Forest, Loughton, as they continue to carry out further searches as part of the investigation.
6.44pm - April 6

EPPING FOREST: Body found in pond yet to be formally identified

The police officer leading the investigation into missing teenager Richard Okorogheye has said forensic, medical and specialist enquiries are ongoing following the discovery of a man's body in Epping Forest yesterday.

Police remain at the scene - at Wake Valley Pond off Epping New Road - this evening.

Superintendent Danny Gosling, reading a statement at New Scotland Yard this afternoon, said Richard's family have been updated on the situation with specially trained officers continuing to support them.

Formal identification of the body is yet to take place with a post mortem to take place "in due course".

He said: "This is an extensive enquiry and we are working tirelessly to establish the full circumstances. The forensic, medical and specialist enquiries are ongoing. As part of our investigation we remain in the area to carry out further searches.

"I would like to thank the public for supporting our search for Richard, sharing appeals, checking doorbell and dash cam footage and passing on any information. I continue to urge anyone with information to come forward.

"Lastly, I’d like to sincerely thank the public’s support and patience whilst we continue with our enquiries. I understand there are a number of questions and we are doing all we can to answer them."
7.49pm - April 5

Body found in forest pond off Epping New Road

David Jackman reports...

The discovery of a man's body was made in a pond between the Wake Arms and Robin Hood roundabouts, off Epping New Road.

Numerous police vehicles, including Essex Police forensics units, were parked on the roadside with a large section of the forest secured with blue and white police tape.

Several police officers could be seen apparently standing guard alongside the tape which bordered the pond.

Everything Epping Forest also saw two police officers kneeling at the water's edge.

Several police vehicles were parked in a forest car park further along Epping New Road, closer to the Wake Arms roundabout, with members of the public prevented from driving into the car park by City of London Corporation Forest Constables.

The pond is about two miles from Smarts Lane in Loughton where Richard Okorogheye was captured on CCTV as he got out of a taxi in the early hours of Tuesday, March 23.

He was last seen walking towards Nursery Road and Epping Forest.

The search operation in Epping Forest, involving police and volunteer search and rescue teams, was in its sixth day having started in the Earls Path and Nursery Road area last Wednesday.

* Everything Epping Forest was alerted to today's significant police presence shortly after 3pm.
7.27pm - April 5

Body found in forest pond

Detectives investigating the disappearance of teenager Richard Okorogheye have been made aware of the discovery of the body of a man in a pond in Epping Forest this afternoon.

In a statement, the Metropolitan Police Service tonight said it was informed by colleagues from Essex Police that the body of a man had been found in a pond in Epping Forest.

Enquiries are underway to identify the body.

The statement added: "Detectives investigating the disappearance of 19-year-old Richard Okorogheye are aware. Richard’s family are being supported by specially trained officers and kept updated with developments.

"Officers remain at the scene and enquiries continue." 
7.40pm - April 4

Forest search set to continue

Everything Epping Forest understands searches in Epping Forest are set to resume tomorrow as police continue to investigate the disappearance of Richard Okorogheye.

It will be the sixth day that searches have taken place.
1.10pm - April 3

Volunteers scour forest land off Earls Path

London Search and Rescue volunteers have been in Epping Forest, off Earl's Path in Loughton, this morning as the search goes on for London teenager Richard Okorogheye at various locations across the forest. 

The search in Epping Forest began on Wednesday afternoon and was initially focused on areas off Smarts Lane - where Richard is now known to have got out of a taxi in the early hours of Tuesday, March 23 - and the Nursery Road and Earls Path areas.

Today Everything Epping Forest also spotted search activity off Baldwins Hill, Loughton, where a mounted police vehicle and search dogs van were parked.
9.01am - April 3

Police issue direct appeal to Richard as forest search continues

Detectives investigating the disappearance of 19-year-old Richard Okorogheye have issued a direct appeal to the university student as a fourth day of searches in Epping Forest gets underway.

Richard left his family home in Ladbroke Grove, Kensington, London, on the evening of Monday, March 22. 

He travelled by bus in west London before taking a taxi to Loughton where he was last seen, on CCTV, in the early hours of Tuesday, March 23, in Smarts Lane heading towards the area of Nursery Road. 

As a result of that sighting, officers from across the Met, supported by Essex Police, have been carrying out searches in nearby Epping Forest since Wednesday afternoon. 

So far, nothing of relevance to the investigation has been found. 

Further activity will resume this morning.

Detectives continue to keep an open mind about Richard’s whereabouts and are exploring all possible lines of enquiry, and are still appealing for anyone who believes they have seen Richard at any time since he went missing to come forward. 

Officers have also issued a new appeal, directly to Richard. 

Detective Superintendent Danny Gosling, Head of the Met’s Central West Public Protection Unit, said: “People can go missing from home for any of number of reasons. Our job is not to cast judgement but to work to find them and bring them home safely. 

“My message to Richard is clear. Our only concern is your safety. You are not in trouble and have done nothing wrong. If you read or hear this message we would ask you to contact us, or someone you trust, to let us know you are safe. Your loved ones and many other people who you do not even know, are very concerned.

“I would also like to thank the public for their continued support in sharing our appeals, checking doorbell and dash cam footage and passing on any information. 

"As our efforts to find Richard continue, the eyes and ears of ordinary members of the public will be essential tools in our search.”

Anyone who sees Richard should call 999 immediately.

Anyone with other information that could assist officers involved in the search should call 101 quoting 21MIS008134.
8.33am - April 2

Police release CCTV footage of missing teenager

Detectives investigating the disappearance of Richard Okorogheye have released CCTV footage of his last known sighting as searches continue for the 19-year-old student.

A range of specialist search officers as well as colleagues from the dog unit and Mounted Branch continued their search in and around Epping Forest in Loughton yesterday and are back again today.

Police say Richard took a taxi from the W2 area of London to Smarts Lane in Loughton where he was captured on CCTV walking alone towards the area of Nursery Road and Epping Forest at 12.30am on Tuesday, March 23.

You can see the CCTV footage
HERE
12.27pm - April 1

Search continues for missing London teenager

A police presence remains in part of Epping Forest today after officers and search volunteers launched a search in Loughton following the disappearance nine days ago of London teeenager Richard Okorogheye.

Richard, 19, a student at Oxford Brookes University, left his family home in the Ladbroke Grove area of Kensington, London on the evening of Monday, March 22.

He was reported missing on Wednesday, March 24 Initial police enquiries identified Richard leaving home and heading towards Ladbroke Grove, W10, at about 8.30pm on Monday, March 22.

It has also been confirmed that Richard was seen boarding the 23 bus southbound in Ladbroke Grove at 8.44pm. 

CCTV footage shows he was wearing all black and had a black satchel bag with a white ‘ADIDAS’ logo, worn across his lower back.

Further enquiries have established that Richard then took a taxi journey from the W2 area of London to Loughton, where he was captured on CCTV walking alone on Smarts Lane towards Epping Forest at 12.39am on Tuesday, March 23.

Police along with London and Essex SARs teams (Search and Rescue teams) started a search of the forest in the Earl's Path, Nursery Road, Smarts Lane and Shaftesbury area yesterday afternoon.

Several Metropolitan Police vehicles and a search dogs van remained in the area this morning.
Two stretches of police tape remain along Nursery Road.

Police have also been carrying out door- to-door enquiries.

Anyone with any information about Richard's whereabouts should ring 101 quoting 21MIS008134, or in an emergency ring 999.


Richard Okorogheye was last seen on CCTV (right) in the Loughton area early on Tuesday, March 23
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Oakland Care’s range of care homes include Lambwood Heights in Chigwell, Woodland Grove in Loughton and Elsyng House in Enfield. All our homes offer five-star facilities and state-of-the-art features for a fulfilling and purposeful stay within our homes.
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Epping’s newest estate agent offering a modern, fresh approach. We value our local community, providing a service with integrity and authenticity.
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At Stagecoach Performing Arts Loughton we love to bring out the best in every child through the wonderful world of Singing, Dancing and Acting. 
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Campling Foods

Campling Foods 'Meals on Wheels' service delivers hot, freshly prepared meals daily to the elderly and vulnerable in our community. Developed by our talented team, we offer a choice of comforting and familiar meals that are not only nutritious but delicious too! We also include a tasty homemade desert with every order, all for a total price of £6.99 per day, delivered.
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North Weald Village Pre-School

North Weald Village Pre-School opens at North Weald Village Hall on Wednesday, September 2, offering indoor and outdoor play and learning to children aged two to five years in a happy and fun learning environment that allows children to thrive in all areas of development using a wide variety of resources and activities.
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The Roding Players Orchestra

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Sanuk Thai Ongar, The Street, High Ongar
 
Sanuk Thai Ongar offers authentic Thai cuisine and a large range of cocktails and mocktails. Sanuk has been in High Ongar since 2003. Sanuk Thai Ongar is the place to experience authentic Thai food prepared with the finest ingredients. Sanuk's Thai talented chefs artistically combine the ingredients to achieve the ultimate aromatic flavour in their dishes. The experienced and award-winning chef and staff are committed to giving you the best food and service. Open seven days a week. 
For more information and to book a table, ring 01277 568411 or 01277 56
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Paul Saggers Associates
Architects and Project Managers

 
A long established Epping-based architectural practice offering a cost-effective service to achieve planning permission and building regulations approval for a wide range of projects.
The company prides itself on offering an attentive and professional service.
Ring Paul on 07736 922863 to discuss requirements.
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Kyoto Recording Studio

Are you looking for a local world class recording studio?

Our unique and beautiful studio is set in the 22-acre Larkins Farm just off the A414 in Nine Ashes, Blackmore.

A gorgeous converted barn, analogue MCI 500 REV D console and Drumbrella are just a few of our highlights.

We also offer residential stays in our newly-renovated artist accommodation.

For more details email info@kyotomusic.co.uk and
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Kyoto Rehearsal Studio

Brand new rehearsal / production space, walking distance from Harlow Mill train station.

This unique space is perfect for large band rehearsals, video shoots and ground stacked productions.

With a sloped load-in, 45ft x 50ft floor space, the studio comes with 63amp 3 phase and 32 amp single phase power.

For more details, email info@kyotomusic.co.uk and
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For more details about Bedford House Community Association CLICK HERE
For more details about Ongar Music Club
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* Steamed-Up Double Glazing Repairs
* Glass and Glazing Repairs * Window Hinges
* Window Locks * Emergency Glazing
* Cloudy Windows * A-Rated Windows * Blown Windows
* Drafty Windows

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The Roding Players Orchestra is always looking for new players, especially brass. 
For more details
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For more details about Buckhurst Hill Parish Council 
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For more details about Epping Town Council's weekly Monday market
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For more information about High Beach Cricket Club, ring 07985 546180 or email BARCKLEY.SUMNER@NTLWORLD.COM
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For more details about Matching Farmers Market CLICK HERE
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