Body of missing mental health worker, 61, lay undiscovered for three years

Body of missing mental health worker, 61, lay undiscovered for three years

A mental health worker who died from an overdose lay undiscovered for three years after he was reported missing because police failed to search his mother-in-law's garage, an inquest has heard. Staffordshire Police launched a missing persons appeal for Gerald Frost, 61, in 2017 after he went missing from his home in the Baddeley Green area of Stoke-on-Trent. Despite sightings of Mr Frost in Longport, in Stoke-on-Trent, and on a bus route to Leek, to the north east, detectives were unable to locate him. However on September 16 last year, the mental health worker was found dead after a locksmith …
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