Help find missing Canadians
By londononline | Tuesday, August 27, 2013, 14:33
Police need help in tracing three members of party of Sea Scouts from Canada who have been reported missing whilst travelling through central London.
The three people: Mervyn Morash, aged 70, a leader with the Sea Scout party, and two Sea Scouts; Alexander Rhodenizer and Rachel Nauss, both aged 14, were last seen at Waterloo underground station at approx 1p.m. on Monday, 26th August.
They were with other members of their party travelling from Kingston through to Kings Cross to board a train up to Durham. While at the station the three members of the party boarded a tube train at Waterloo but the other members of the party didn't manage to make it onto the train. The two sections of the party quickly agreed to meet up at Kings Cross but Mervyn, Alexander and Rachel have not been seen since.
None of the party reported missing are believed to have phones in their possession and they have not communicated with any members of the party.
Mervyn is described as a white man, 5ft 9inches tall, of stocky build and wearing black framed spectacles. He was possibly wearing, or in possession of, a black baseball cap with the inscription "RCSCC LLEWELLYN 351" embroidered in gold thread.
Alexander is described as a white male, 5ft 5inches tall, of medium build and wears braces to both top and bottom sets of teeth.
Rachel is described as a white female, 5ft 5inches tall, of medium build and wears rectangular, purple coloured spectacles.
Anyone who has seen Mervyn, Alexander and Rachel or knows of there whereabouts should call Kingston Police on 101 reference 13MIS028813. Alternatively contact the charity Missing People on 116000.