Family make new plea in search for missing man Paul Watson
Leaflet handout in bid to link 37-year-old with relatives
22 February, 2019 — By Samantha Booth
THE family of a man who has been missing for two decades have issued a plea to try and find him.
Investigators have been instructed by the parents of Paul Watson to trace where he may be after he ran away from his Surrey home aged 16 in 1997.
Brad Fox, from Fox Investigation Services based in Kent, said Mr Watson was imprisoned for possession of drugs at Pentonville Prison in 1999 and has since been traced to the Camden area.
Mr Watson’s mother, Pauline Davis, said: “We want to find Paul and for him to be in touch with us. It’s been very hard, unbelievably hard.”
Mr Fox said Mr Watson was fined at Victoria and King’s Cross in 2005 and 2006 for travelling without a ticket. In 2012, he was admitted to University College Hospital and released the same day.
On February 27, thousands of leaflets will be handed out by Mr Fox and his team to try and find the now 37-year-old man.
Anyone with information is asked to call Mr Fox on 07506 391313 or email info@foxinvestigation .net