Can you help find Richard Okorogheye?
Thursday, 01 April 2021
Vice-Chancellor Professor Alistair Fitt appeals to the University community to help find missing student Richard Okorogheye:
Many of you will have seen media reports regarding the disappearance of Oxford Brookes student Richard Okorogheye. We are concerned for Richard’s welfare and have been working with the police in support of their enquiries over the last few days.
We encourage anyone who may have seen Richard, or who has any information which could help to locate Richard, to contact the police.
Richard went missing after leaving his family home in the Ladbroke Grove area of Kensington, London on the evening of Monday 22nd March.
Police are now conducting searches in Loughton, Essex, after a confirmed sighting placed him in the area during the early hours of Tuesday 23rd March.
Anyone with information should call the Metropolitan Police on 101 and quote reference number 21MIS008134. The appeal for information can also be found and shared on Twitter.
Our thoughts are with Richard’s family and loved ones at this time, and we continue to offer any support we can.