Posted: 09/02/2013 by C. Matt Hewes in Bits 'n' Bobs
It’s been all over the news, so I’m not expecting to tell you anything you didn’t already know.
Nathan’s body was found near the Latchford Locks in Warrington. It’s considered to have been an unfortunate accident; no suspicious circumstances were found.
His direct and extended Family will miss him like mad as he was one of the kindest kind of kids you could come across, with two passions: Photography and working out. Me, in my own way, will miss the -sometimes cheeky- bugger too..
Posted: 31/01/2013 by C. Matt Hewes in Bits 'n' Bobs
Seldom will you hear me plea for help but in this case, we need all the help we can…
Please read below and forward it on to as many people as you can. There is also a tweet wall, http://findnathan.tweetwally.com/, and a Facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/FindNathanLukeTaylor, where you can find/follow progress and updates. Needless to say his parents and Family are sick with worry. For people with limited image storage (think tablets, smart phones), there is also an E-mail address, findnathanluketaylor @gmail.com (take the space out) which sends you a customised version of the poster to forward on to friends & family. As parent, I ask, no, beg for your help finding and bringing home Nathan. If your mind is jogged, and you have info, how ever insignificant it might seem to you, please notify either me, or the Cheshire Police are contactable on by dialling 101 quoting incident 295 of 27 January, or via my Facebook, look for Dutch Bugga. Thank you all in advance!
Police are today continuing the search for missing Warrington teenager Nathan Taylor.
Eighteen year old Priestley College student Nathan was reported missing by his family after failing to return to home from a birthday party in Latchford last Saturday evening.
The police search is focused around Kingsway and Latchford areas of Warrington as police search advisors try to piece together Nathan’s movements on Saturday night with the help of witnesses who have come forward and CCTV images.
Superintendent Martin Cleworth said”We are extremely concerned for Nathan′s welfare, especially given the exceptionally bad weather conditions we experienced last weekend. We have a significant amount of resources committed in the search for Nathan, and understand that this is completely out of character for him to not be in touch with his family or friends. We urge anyone who may have been at the party that evening and may have seen Nathan leaving the premises, or perhaps anyone who he spoke with on that evening or since, and may have knowledge of his current whereabouts, to contact Cheshire Police as a matter of urgency.”- Superintendent Martin Cleworth, Cheshire Constabulary
Cheshire Police welcome the support of the local community in the search for Nathan Taylor however would not encourage members of the public to engage in any searching activities that could put their own safety in danger. The Police are currently working with other specialists and trained volunteers to search for Nathan within a focused search strategy, and would discourage the public from taking any unnecessary risks by conducting their own searches.
Nathan′s family have spoken about their concern for his whereabouts and his parents Amanda and Chris have made the following appeal;
“Nathan we are all devastated about your disappearance. If you are listening to this, or have seen the appeal for you, please contact us. We are all so worried about you and need to know you are safe.”- Taylor family
Cheshire Police are contactable on by dialling 101 quoting incident 295 of 27 January