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http://ntk.eastamb.nhs.uk/news/have_you_seen_this_man.htm

 

We’ve received warnings this week about an ex-member of London Ambulance Service staff unlawfully gaining access to ambulance properties – and he’s reportedly been seen in Suffolk. 

The man, who wears an ID badge with the name Andrew Moralee, claims to be a current member of patient transport services (PTS) staff and wears a full uniform, high visibility jacket and blue PTS epaulettes. Police believe his intention is to steal equipment and drugs from stations. 

He’s described as slim, around 5’10 tall, and age 20-25 with short, dark hair and glasses. His picture is below – where possible please print a copy of this article and put it up around stations and offices. 

If you see or meet him please contact 101 in a non-emergency sitaution. However, if someone is trying to gain access to unauthorised parts of the Trust or there is an intruder on site you should always ring for the police on 999 for their assistance/attendance.

In addition, Cambridge station was broken into on Friday evening (the incidents are thought to be unrelated). The intruder was disturbed by staff and the incident was reported to the police, but we’d ask for staff to be particularly security conscious over the next few weeks. 

Chief Executive Anthony Marsh said: “It’s really important that we all do our bit to keep each other and our property safe. Simple steps like checking that windows and doors are locked when you leave station and challenging anyone that you don’t recognise can go a long way. 

“I want everyone that works here to feel safe and secure, and would encourage you all to report anything that concerns you via Datix, or in more immediate situations to your manager; we will work with police colleagues to prosecute anyone that is found to be stealing from our staff or our property.” 

If you have any questions about station or office security you can contact Anne Wright, our Local Security Management Specialist, on 01245 444499/07768 946414, [email protected]

Pictured below: the imposter, who wears an ID badge with the name Andrew Moralee.

 

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He looks familiar, does he perhaps have form for Walting?

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He looks familiar, does he perhaps have form for Walting?

​As seen on Police Interceptors

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Yep, same guy

 

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Was about to say I had see him on an episode of Police Interceptors, beat me to it :P

 

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Oh yes, if that is the same guy he was in 'Undercover Paramedic' mode according to the narrator the last time we saw him Walting.

Reasonable grounds for a door knock I'd say.

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Apparently he claimed to Ofcom about the Police Interceptors clip, but his complaint wasn't successful. 

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I think he needs MH referral, his behaviour is not normal!

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I think he needs MH referral, his behaviour is not normal!

​Just because it's not normal doesn't mean he's ill either.  I feel sorry for genuinely sick people who get lumped in with this guy.

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​Just because it's not normal doesn't mean he's ill either.  I feel sorry for genuinely sick people who get lumped in with this guy.

​Do you not see any link to MH and fantasising you're something you're not?

 

I'm not saying it's right, but he does need help.

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It's not just misbehaviour though Burnsy, it's long term implantation in a fantasy.

Thank God his fantasy didn't extend to being a surgeon!

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I wouldn't be surprised to find he's for blue lights on his car again, along with some of the other things, I'm not sure however that his intention is to steal drugs from ambulance stations. I suspect he's on the look out for more uniform etc...  

Its also a good reminder that just because someone has a uniform on they aren't always legit. 

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I wonder how long it is until he thinks that he deserves a 'promotion' in his fantasy organisation?

Being a member of Patient Transport Services hardly reflects the effort that he puts in. I'm surprised that he is not an Assistant Director by now trying to take charge of major incidents. 

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I often wonder how long it would take an imposter to get found out. I asked a GP once, if I decided to start pretending to practice medicine how long could I carry on before I was discovered. He suggested I could manage a year or so, but then I'd end up killing someone.

I think that a fake-cop could last a while on the 'bullish*t baffles brains' principle.

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I'm sure I remember reading about a fake cop here in the UK who ended up arresting someone, taking them to custody and booking them in!

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