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Two weeks after that, in June 2014, Port made a call to 999 to report a man - Anthony Walgate - outside his block of flats, who he claimed, had 'collapsed or had a seizure or something - or just drunk'.
He exchanged dozens of 'sex talk' messages with the vulnerable 15-year-old schoolgirl on the Tinder dating app.
- In February 2015, psychology graduate Darren Scott, 26, was convicted of the attempted murder of a rich friend he met on Grindr.
The letters, which we are giving them today, apologise to them for those missed opportunities." A statement said: 'The Metropolitan Police Service has made a voluntary referral to the Independent Police Complaints Commission concerning the murder of four men in Barking between 19 June 2014 and 14 September 2015.- Port first came to attention of police on June 4, 2014 when he was questioned by British Transport Police after being found with a collapsed man at Barking station.
Despite admitting that both he and the man had taken illegal drugs, no allegations were made against him and he was allowed to leave.- Port phoned police reporting a man - Anthony Walgate - was 'drunk or had a seizure' outside his flat on June 19, 2014.
Before he went to prison however, two more young men - Gabriel Kovari, 22, and 21-year-old Daniel Whitworth - were found dead in nearby St Margaret's Church in August and September 2014, 400 yards from Port's home.