Jordan Bartlett's family thank public for joining search
Published 22 May 2012 11:00 2 Comments
THE family of a missing teenager whose body was found in the Jubilee River have thanked 'the hundreds of people' who went out searching for him.
Jordan Bartlett, of Biddles Close, Cippenham, was reported missing to police on Friday, May 4, by a friend concerned for his welfare.
The 19-year-old's body was discovered by a passer-by in the river near the Windsor and Eton Relief Road around 10.30am on Thursday.
In a statement the family said: "We would just like to say thank you from the bottom of our hearts to all our family and friends, the hundreds of people who helped put up posters and go out searching, and to the police and all the other agencies involved in trying to find him.
"The support we have received has been overwhelming. Sadly, Jordan was found in the Jubilee River on Thursday, May 17.
"Thank you everyone for all the love you have shown us."
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May 22, 18:17
I read the comment Jordan left on is facebook account the day he disappeared and believe that he was wiser, stronger and braver than he realised. Like many people i kept my eye out for him, i didn't know his story then, and was so sad at his loss of life.
I would like to offer my condolences to Jordan's family and friends and hope that the Jordan i read on facebook, strong, wise and brave, is the Jordan you remember.
He was obviously very special, sadly he didn't realise it.
Pest in peace Jordan.
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May 25, 10:09
I would like to express my sincere condolences to the Jordan family, i was very saddened to learn that he was not found in time, he was a special young man and he is going to be missed by all of us. Rest in Peace Jordan
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