(PRWEB UK) 23 December 2013
According to an article on the BBC news website, published on the 16th of December, Police have released an image that is allegedly from the last CCTV footage captured of the 17 year old teenage girl who was reported missing as of the 3rd of December 2013. The image was taken from CCTV footage at Didcot Parkway train station at 4.27pm on December the 3rd. The police describe Jayden as a white teenager of slim build with shoulder length dark brown hair and brown eyes.
Despite police not revealing having discovered a body, they have revealed that they are considering it a murder case. Oxford police have identified two suspects and have continued a search for a body. According to ITV news on the 18th of December, 2013, police have found something significant in a Graveyard in Didcot.
A spokesperson from leading security specialists, AlertSystems, responded to the released image by saying, ‘CCTV security systems are an intrinsic element of locating many a missing person, but with limited cameras there is only so much ground that we cover, and whilst images released by police provide us with some information, we can only ever regard such an image as a call to action; this image provides the public with information but we are still reliant on the public’s help.
‘Without any CCTV security systems in place, we wouldn’t even have this information. Should a missing person come within sight of a camera again, we might be able to add to the information that we have. Police spend hours looking through this footage for valuable information. The more camera’s we have, the more likely it is we have valuable information.’
AlertSystems manage and maintain over 5000 security installations throughout the UK and are specialists in providing business security solutions. Offering professional service and a complete range of security services such as monitored alarm systems, Automatic Number Plate Recognition and Avigilon CCTV security systems. AlertSystems offers effective and reliable solutions to security problems.