Two officers given misconduct warnings in disappearance of Richard Okorogheye

Two officers given misconduct warnings in disappearance of Richard Okorogheye
Two officers given misconduct warnings in disappearance of Richard Okorogheye
Two Met Police officers given misconduct warnings after 'failing to disclose information' in disappearance of student Richard Okorogheye, 19, who was found dead two weeks after vanishing from London home Richard Okorogheye went missing from his home in west London on March 22 He was found more than a week later in a lake in Epping Forest, 20 miles away  IOPC say two officers 'may have failed to pass on new and relevant information to the team responsible for missing person assessments', reports say Teenager's mother previously claimed those handling the case mistreated her

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Two Metropolitan Police officers have been handed misconduct notices for potential failings in the case of Richard Okorogheye, reports say. 

Mr Okorogheye, 19, went missing from his home in west London on March 22, and was found more than a week later in a lake in Epping Forest, 20 miles away.

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Now the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) say two officers on the case 'may have failed to pass on new and relevant information to the team responsible for missing person assessments', Sky News reports. 

The teenager's mother Evidence Joel had previously claimed those who were handling the case had mistreated her. 

She had said: 'I told a

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