But handler Chris O'Donnell, who was the last person to see him, said "We haven't had any sightings for four weeks so we don't know where to look
But in reality many of us don't know and we also don't know where to look
A Westminster source said: "When you walk into the office, you don't know where to look
One scene in an overstretched A&E ward full of screaming, bloody victims is so over the top you don't know where to look
Surprisingly in the information age, many consumers don't know where to look
for information on a topic that is important to them.
Some start to get beads of sweat on their forehead and they just don't know where to look
as you're telling them how lovely the silk feels.
I think at this point we're trying to do everything it takes to satisfy their concerns, and if that's not enough I don't know where to look
," Mesta said.
BUSINESSES don't know where to look
for green energy advice, according to organisers of a packed Greener Business Breakfast organised by Darlington Borough Council.
Sometimes the action is so fast you just don't know where to look
The new system, known as PLWeb(TM), will enable users to find the information they need, even when they don't know the "right" words to search with, and more importantly, even when they don't know where to look