I would also tell him that once you obtain a successful judgement in the County Court in Newcastle, if the judge indicates that he is satisfied that there is an element of dishonesty, you will also forward the information to the police. Tell him that in view of his position of trust, you consider that there is a public interest in this.
Well at the moment because everything is alleged, we shouldn't disclose identities on this open forum. I have just sent you some information by email. And we probably need to do a bit of that. We can also use the private message system on this forum.
However, I think eventually you should make it clear to him that you are fully aware that the parcel was delivered to his address and that he has signed for it and that you have written evidence of this. I think you should make it clear that you understand where he works and what his function is and that he is in a position of trust.
I think that you should tell him that you believe you have sufficient information to bring an action against him for trespass to your goods and that if he forces you to do this then you are prepared to travel to Newcastle for any hearing where you will produce evidence to a judge that there may be an element of dishonesty involved.
Tell him that if the judge agrees with you and gives you the judgement then in addition to recovering your property and also compensation for the trespass, you will publish the judgement on social media and provide a copy to his employers.
I suggest that you draft a letter and let me see a copy privately. You will be quite right that we need to exercise caution but if everything is kept simply between you and him and if what you say in your letter is based on an honest belief then I don't foresee any problem.
In any event, send the SAR to DHL because you may get confirmation of his home address. It would certainly be better to serve proceedings on its home address and I suggest that you continue some research on this matter.
Maybe DHL know where he is. They delivered it and they have already told you that they are going to try and get it back. They must know where they are going to. I would send DHL an SAR as advised earlier – if you haven't done this already. Of course this may not produce the information because they may say that this is somebody else's personal data – but it doesn't cost anything to try.
I think you could reasonably write to his office address marking the envelope "confidential". I assume that you have his personal email?? Do we know if he is based in Newcastle or based in London? Probably Newcastle I suppose.
I couldn't find out which house number, I only have the street address. Any idea about how to locate this?
I did consider sending an email to the HR dept of his workplace but realise that I have to tread carefully. The main office is in London but the IT is in Newcastle.
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