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Born 14 August 1999 Milton Keynes, England Disappeared 15 February 2019 (aged 19) Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England Status Missing for 3 years, 8 months and 1 day Known for Disappearance Height 5 ft 2 in (1.57 m) Leah Croucher (born 14 August 1999, Milton Keynes) is a British teenager reported missing on 15 February 2019 (aged 19) in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England. Leah was last seen on CCTV on 15 February 2019 at 08:16 on Buzzacott Lane in Furzton. She had left her home in Emerson Valley to walk through Furzton on her way to her workplace in Knowlhill. On 12 October 2022, Thames Valley Police said they had found Ms Croucher’s “rucksack and personal possessions” at a property on Loxbeare Drive (also in Furzton, less than a mile from her home), and that they had found human remains at the same property. As of 12 October 2022, formal identification has yet to be completed but the police announced that they are now conducting a murder enquiry. On 14 October 2022, a police spokesperson identified a convicted sex offender, Neil Maxwell, who died two months after the disappearance, as their prime suspect as he was the only person with access to the Loxbeare Drive house at the time.
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LEAH Croucher went missing in 2019, with the disappearance of the 19-year-old leaving her family devastated. Tragically since Leah disappearance, her family have been left heartbroken with her brother taking his own life just months after she vanished. Leah has two half siblings, Haydon, 24, and Jade, 26. Haydon was from Milton Keynes and he and Leah shared a dad – John Croucher. The 19-year-old’s siblings were heartbroken following their younger sister’s disappearance. However, months after she went missing, the Croucher family were hit with a new heartbreak, as Leah’s older brother, Haydon, tragically took his own life. The 24-year-old ended his life after being tortured by not knowing what happened to his younger sister. Haydon was found just one day before the nine month anniversary of his sister’s disappearance. He was found in his flat in November 2019 by his mum, Tracey Furness. His grieving mum criticised the state of mental health services in the UK after her son passed away. She explained that her son already had a long history of mental health issues before his sister went missing in February 2019. Furness explained that her son had tried to seek help for his mental health issues but was told there were no local beds and was put on a home treatment plan instead. The 24-year-old was discharged to his house, after being told he could not be accommodated by the Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust. Two days after he was discharged, Haydon ended his life. His mother said: “Haydon wasn’t offered a bed, the Mental Health Act as an option wasn’t explored – Haydon could have been sectioned. “I am angry. I do believe had Haydon received the appropriate care and support, Haydon would be here today.” Furness is now dedicated to campaigning for better mental health services in the UK, explaining that she does not want her son to have “died in vain”.