William Taylor: From missing appeal to Charlton river discovery

PUBLISHED: 10:53 19 February 2019 | UPDATED: 11:00 21 February 2019

William Taylor. Picture: Herts Police

William Taylor. Picture: Herts Police

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After police confirmed yesterday that the body found in the River Hiz in Charlton was that of William ‘Bill’ Taylor, the Comet has taken a look at the timeline of events since the Gosmore farmer was first reported missing.

Volunteers searched for William Taylor, from Gosmore. Picture: Herts policeVolunteers searched for William Taylor, from Gosmore. Picture: Herts police

An image showing farmland around William Taylor's home in Gosmore, south of Hitchin, on June 8. Picture: National Police Air ServiceAn image showing farmland around William Taylor's home in Gosmore, south of Hitchin, on June 8. Picture: National Police Air Service

North Hertfordshire Chief Inspector Julie Wheatley made a public appeal for information on missing William Taylors whereabouts outside his home near Gosmore. Picture: DANNY LOONorth Hertfordshire Chief Inspector Julie Wheatley made a public appeal for information on missing William Taylors whereabouts outside his home near Gosmore. Picture: DANNY LOO

Harkness Hall, the property of  William Taylor. Picture: DANNY LOOHarkness Hall, the property of William Taylor. Picture: DANNY LOO

The search for William Taylor took police as far as Lilley. Picture: Herts policeThe search for William Taylor took police as far as Lilley. Picture: Herts police

Police on the scene in Charlton last week after the body of a man was found in a river. Picture: DANNY LOOPolice on the scene in Charlton last week after the body of a man was found in a river. Picture: DANNY LOO

Police on the scene in Charlton where the body of William Taylor was found. Picture: DANNY LOOPolice on the scene in Charlton where the body of William Taylor was found. Picture: DANNY LOO

Police confirmed the body was indenfied as that of William Taylor. Picture: DANNY LOOPolice confirmed the body was indenfied as that of William Taylor. Picture: DANNY LOO


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