The police could not inform the wife and sons of missing man Nicholas Camilleri about progress in their search because there was a court protection o
Nicholas Camilleri: Police defend search actions

Nicholas Camilleri: Police defend search actions

Nicholas Camilleri: Police defend search actions

Nicholas Camilleri: Police defend search actions

Nicholas Camilleri: Police defend search actions

Nicholas Camilleri: Police defend search actions
Nicholas Camilleri: Police defend search actions
  • 2022-06-26 18:20:02 2 months ago
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Police during the search at Għajn Tuffieħa. Inset: Nicholas Camilleri

The police could not inform the wife and sons of missing man Nicholas Camilleri about progress in their search because there was a court protection order that banned communication between them, a police spokesman said. Daniel Nicholas Camilleri found his mentally ill father’s dead body in a dilapidated building in Għajn Tuffieħa this week after a fruitless police and army search that included dogs and a helicopter. The son had described the police action as “gross incompetence” after revealing the immediate family was given no information about the fact he had been reported missing, when the car was found, or progress in the search. A police spokesman defended the officers’ actions, saying that, throughout the search for Camilleri, they had kept his sisters, who filed the missing person’s report, informed about progress. As soon as the missing person report was made by Camilleri’s sister at the Birkirkara police station on June 17 at around 2am, a search was immediately launched. The police first searched the Birkirkara home where Camilleri was living and then a hotel in Golden Bay. “The victim’s car was found later that night, locked, in the Għajn Tuffieħa public parking area...



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