Colleagues start poster campaign in bid to find missing man Aaron Fiveash

Poster campaign to find missing man

Poster campaign to find missing man

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THE friends and colleagues of a missing man have started a poster campaign in a bid to help find him.

Workers at John Reid and Sons have been looking for Aaron Fiveash every day since he went missing naked and without any possessions from his parents’ home in Southbourne.

Staff at the structural engineering company in Christchurch check the different parts of their premises hoping to find the 36-year-old alive and well and they have been using new posters to remind people to call the police if they see him.

Simon Boyd, director at the company in Reid Street, said they are all worried about Aaron.

“Every day we search our five acre site just in case he comes here, You never know.

“And now we’ve got the poster campaign going, we’ve just got to try and find him.

“Staff are also putting the posters in their car windows and with them its 120 pairs of eyes and all their families looking for him.”

Aaron went missing at 5.30am on Monday, January 6.

He has been a worker in the accounts office at John Reid and Sons in Christchurch for 12 years and not at the Reid York accountancy firm in Southbourne, as previously stated.

Following his disappearance police said they feared for Aaron as he was in ‘a confused state’ and his family made an appeal.

“I want Aaron to know that we love him so much and all we want is for him to return home safe and well,” his mum Maureen said.

Aaron is 5ft 11in tall and of medium build. Anyone with any information can call Dorset Police on 101, quoting incident number 6:61.

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9:23am Sat 11 Jan 14

pete woodley says...

A worrying story,hope all ends well.
A worrying story,hope all ends well. pete woodley
  • Score: 15

10:39am Sat 11 Jan 14

NGrubb says...

Thank you Bournemouth Echo for continuing to run this story! It means so much to Aaron's close friends and family . We must find him and get him the help needs!
Thank you Bournemouth Echo for continuing to run this story! It means so much to Aaron's close friends and family . We must find him and get him the help needs! NGrubb
  • Score: 29

11:00am Sat 11 Jan 14

BournemouthMum says...

Everyone in the Southbourne and surrounding area should take a look in garages, sheds and outbuildings and gardens on their property.
Everyone in the Southbourne and surrounding area should take a look in garages, sheds and outbuildings and gardens on their property. BournemouthMum
  • Score: 21

11:52am Sat 11 Jan 14

Huey says...

BournemouthMum wrote:
Everyone in the Southbourne and surrounding area should take a look in garages, sheds and outbuildings and gardens on their property.
Have the searchers checked if anyone living in the night shelters, or squats, or rough sleepers down by the seafront have seen him?
Any clothes missing from washing lines in the area he disappeared from?
CCTV footage from the coach and train station checked?
[quote][p][bold]BournemouthMum[/bold] wrote: Everyone in the Southbourne and surrounding area should take a look in garages, sheds and outbuildings and gardens on their property.[/p][/quote]Have the searchers checked if anyone living in the night shelters, or squats, or rough sleepers down by the seafront have seen him? Any clothes missing from washing lines in the area he disappeared from? CCTV footage from the coach and train station checked? Huey
  • Score: 16

12:35pm Sat 11 Jan 14

rozmister says...

Huey wrote:
BournemouthMum wrote:
Everyone in the Southbourne and surrounding area should take a look in garages, sheds and outbuildings and gardens on their property.
Have the searchers checked if anyone living in the night shelters, or squats, or rough sleepers down by the seafront have seen him?
Any clothes missing from washing lines in the area he disappeared from?
CCTV footage from the coach and train station checked?
I'm pretty sure the police check CCTV at travel points & night shelters everytime someone goes missing. On top of that the night shelters will be aware of missing people in the area. I hope he's at a friends lying low while he recovers.
[quote][p][bold]Huey[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BournemouthMum[/bold] wrote: Everyone in the Southbourne and surrounding area should take a look in garages, sheds and outbuildings and gardens on their property.[/p][/quote]Have the searchers checked if anyone living in the night shelters, or squats, or rough sleepers down by the seafront have seen him? Any clothes missing from washing lines in the area he disappeared from? CCTV footage from the coach and train station checked?[/p][/quote]I'm pretty sure the police check CCTV at travel points & night shelters everytime someone goes missing. On top of that the night shelters will be aware of missing people in the area. I hope he's at a friends lying low while he recovers. rozmister
  • Score: -12

1:00pm Sun 12 Jan 14

nickynoodah says...

BournemouthMum says...

What a handsome looking man - I hope he's found safe and well soon. Surely someone will come forward with a sighting?

I agree
BournemouthMum says... What a handsome looking man - I hope he's found safe and well soon. Surely someone will come forward with a sighting? I agree nickynoodah
  • Score: 1

10:22pm Sun 12 Jan 14

O'Reilly says...

Well it does seem very strange that nobody has reported seeing a naked man when he first disappeared.
Well it does seem very strange that nobody has reported seeing a naked man when he first disappeared. O'Reilly
  • Score: 1

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