Category: SARDA Callouts

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Sat, 27 Jan 18

Follow on search from previous day for a MFH suicidal male. MIspa was seen in the area by relative and run off into moor, police requested area to be searched. Bob injured front left leg during search and will be off call out list for a few weeks.


Fri, 26 Jan 18

Request by police to assist with search for a MFH possible suicide. TRail dog took Handley in to a park then out other side. 2 air scenting dog search park. Train dog then took handler to a item near a bus stop and indicated. It is highly likely the item is the mispas. Police now looking at CCTV and Team stood down.

Tue, 16 Jan 18

While en route to search area (Little Narrowcove) Bill Batson + Wasdale MRT navigator heard
shouts for help from boggy ground in Scar Lathing area. Search dogs Glen and Angus deployed towards sound source when handler and navigator spotted misper lying in boggy ground.

Dogs indicated at cas site as handler approached. Cas care given and SAR helicopter requested.

Cas had become lost on Scafell 2 days before and had fallen while trying to find a way off. He had been out for 2 days and 2 nights when located.

Sun, 22 Oct 17

Called by Woodhead MRT to clear section of nature reserve consisting of woodland, rough pasture and extensive reed beds around small lakes in search for 67 year old missing person.

Tue, 17 Oct 17

Continuation of search fro missing Male dispondent
Team members allocated Whittingham woods to search. I was allocated open fields and hedges close to the missing persons house.

Mon, 16 Oct 17

Missing male from home. Last seen by his family 10.00hrs on Sunday. 
Deployed to Search southern half of Whittingham Wood. Police dogs were to search southern end.
Pulled out of area at approx 19.00hrs due to failing light less than half the area searched. Search to continue on Tuesday

Sat, 07 Oct 17

Walker called police he was walking the Pennine way from Edale. But now lost.
RVP Glossop Base . About to deploy to search Ashop Clough when Glossop team reported light at the top of Torside Clough Bleaklow . which turned up to be the lost walker. Dogs stood down