Mar 19 2016
The following report has been made by our specialist Drowned Victims Search Dog Handler Dave Marsh, regards a search operation he was involved in today;
What’s that you cry as you try to put your brain in gear.
Yes readers, its one of those occasions to which we are all familiar with.
You have set the alarm for an early rise in order that you can arrive at your agreed destination, at the allotted time.
You then keep checking the alarm clock every time you wake up to see what time it is [normally every 45 mins].
So it was with our Water Search Dog Handler Dave Marsh, who had been invited to attend an ongoing search in Selby with a meeting time of 08:00 hrs.
On the way over, Dave collected his associate Mike Dermody and his dog Quincy to help in searching the River Ouse from Naburn down to Selby.
The aims of the search was to assist the Humberside Police Dive Team who were working on behalf of North Yorkshire Police in the search for a male who was last seen on the 19th December in York city centre.
With all search parameters completed for the day, Dave and Mike journeyed back home arriving at 15:30, where upon they planned for the next days search which will be covering the River Ouse from Selby downstream to Goole, on Sunday 20th March 2016.
Dave Marsh alongside his membership of Bolton MRT, is like Mike Dermody (A British Transport Police Officer) a member of SARDA Ireland North.