Major search underway after naked man goes missing

Aaron Fiveash

Aaron Fiveash

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A MAJOR land and sea search is underway after a naked man went missing from his parents' home address.

Concerns are growing for the safety of Aaron Fiveash, last seen at his parents’ home in Sunnylands Avenue, Bournemouth, at 5.30am today.

Police believe he was not wearing anything when he left the house.

The disappearance of the 36-year-old is described as “completely out of character” and now his worried father has appealed to him to come home.

Dennis Fiveash said: “We love you, please come home. We are all really worried about you.”

Police have released a picture of the missing man and Sergeant Billy Bulloch of Dorset Police said: “We are very concerned for Aaron’s welfare as it is believed he left his parents’ home in Bournemouth not wearing any clothes.

“Aaron’s disappearance is completely out of character and I appeal to him to make contact with someone to let his family know that he is safe and well.”

He said the search is underway but there have been no sightings of Aaron so far.

Sgt Bulloch continued: “It is important that Aaron, or anyone who knows of Aaron’s whereabouts, comes forward as soon as possible.

“I urge anyone with any information, no matter how small or seemingly irrelevant, to contact the police on 101.”

Aaron is described as white, 5ft 11ins tall, of medium build and with short black hair.

Anyone with information or knowledge as to Aaron’s whereabouts should call Dorset Police on 101 quoting incident number 6:61.

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8:46pm Mon 6 Jan 14

On the inside says...

If plod cannot find a naked man in the middle of a city questions need to be asked! The poor chap is clearly not well, I hope he is found soon.
If plod cannot find a naked man in the middle of a city questions need to be asked! The poor chap is clearly not well, I hope he is found soon. On the inside
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9:06pm Mon 6 Jan 14

thesouth says...

On the inside wrote:
If plod cannot find a naked man in the middle of a city questions need to be asked! The poor chap is clearly not well, I hope he is found soon.
How do you know he's in the middle of the city? He could be in a bush somewhere and everyone is just ignoring him thinking he's a drunk., so a media appeal is correct. Questions need to be asked of your IQ more than anything else
[quote][p][bold]On the inside[/bold] wrote: If plod cannot find a naked man in the middle of a city questions need to be asked! The poor chap is clearly not well, I hope he is found soon.[/p][/quote]How do you know he's in the middle of the city? He could be in a bush somewhere and everyone is just ignoring him thinking he's a drunk., so a media appeal is correct. Questions need to be asked of your IQ more than anything else thesouth
  • Score: 4

9:19pm Mon 6 Jan 14

westendsaint says...

thesouth wrote:
On the inside wrote:
If plod cannot find a naked man in the middle of a city questions need to be asked! The poor chap is clearly not well, I hope he is found soon.
How do you know he's in the middle of the city? He could be in a bush somewhere and everyone is just ignoring him thinking he's a drunk., so a media appeal is correct. Questions need to be asked of your IQ more than anything else
Exactly - the south.
He lives in Southbourne, close to sea, Christchurch Harbour & Hengistbury Head. Plenty of places to hide or drown ( particulaly with rough seas & extra high tides.
Hope he is found soon.
[quote][p][bold]thesouth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]On the inside[/bold] wrote: If plod cannot find a naked man in the middle of a city questions need to be asked! The poor chap is clearly not well, I hope he is found soon.[/p][/quote]How do you know he's in the middle of the city? He could be in a bush somewhere and everyone is just ignoring him thinking he's a drunk., so a media appeal is correct. Questions need to be asked of your IQ more than anything else[/p][/quote]Exactly - the south. He lives in Southbourne, close to sea, Christchurch Harbour & Hengistbury Head. Plenty of places to hide or drown ( particulaly with rough seas & extra high tides. Hope he is found soon. westendsaint
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2:25pm Tue 7 Jan 14

13g12j says...

westendsaint wrote:
thesouth wrote:
On the inside wrote:
If plod cannot find a naked man in the middle of a city questions need to be asked! The poor chap is clearly not well, I hope he is found soon.
How do you know he's in the middle of the city? He could be in a bush somewhere and everyone is just ignoring him thinking he's a drunk., so a media appeal is correct. Questions need to be asked of your IQ more than anything else
Exactly - the south.
He lives in Southbourne, close to sea, Christchurch Harbour & Hengistbury Head. Plenty of places to hide or drown ( particulaly with rough seas & extra high tides.
Hope he is found soon.
Why would he be in the middle of a city? Bournemouth is a town
[quote][p][bold]westendsaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thesouth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]On the inside[/bold] wrote: If plod cannot find a naked man in the middle of a city questions need to be asked! The poor chap is clearly not well, I hope he is found soon.[/p][/quote]How do you know he's in the middle of the city? He could be in a bush somewhere and everyone is just ignoring him thinking he's a drunk., so a media appeal is correct. Questions need to be asked of your IQ more than anything else[/p][/quote]Exactly - the south. He lives in Southbourne, close to sea, Christchurch Harbour & Hengistbury Head. Plenty of places to hide or drown ( particulaly with rough seas & extra high tides. Hope he is found soon.[/p][/quote]Why would he be in the middle of a city? Bournemouth is a town 13g12j
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2:45pm Tue 7 Jan 14

13g12j says...

^Sorry for the above insensitive and pernickety comment. I do hope he's alright
^Sorry for the above insensitive and pernickety comment. I do hope he's alright 13g12j
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