Met officers given misconduct notices over disappearance of Richard Okorogheye
The Guardian says two Metropolitan police officers have been given misconduct notices over potential failings in the disappearance of teenager Richard Okorogheye.
The student, 19, went missing after leaving his home in Ladbroke Grove, west London, on 22 March. His body was discovered in a lake 20 miles away in Epping Forest, Essex, just over a week later.
The officers may have failed to pass on “new and relevant information” to staff making missing person assessments, the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) said, after conducting an investigation.
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