A bit like the “Where’s Wally” books, our Police and Crime Commissioner Alison Hernandez is, yet again, hard to find.
No slouch when it comes to getting a selfie and photo-op with a working firefighter when the Royal Clarence Hotel was burning fiercely she has been somewhat less high-profile since then.
The latest glaring absence was this evening on BBC Spotlight. There was an item on Devon and Cornwall Police having lost a £20 million court case against Morrisons, who reneged on an arrangement to buy their Middlemoor HQ.
And who do they wheel out from the PCC’s office? Ms Hernandez? Not on your life – her CEO Andrew White. Ms Hernandez didn’t have any other appointments on her public calendar.
Still, he has to do something for his £103,602 annual salary (plus perks).