Detectives release details of men wanted in connection with Nahid Al-Manea murder and an attack on jogger

Halstead Gazette: Detectives release details of men wanted in connection with Nahid Al-Manea murder and an attack on jogger Detectives release details of men wanted in connection with Nahid Al-Manea murder and an attack on jogger

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DETECTIVES have released details of two men they want to question connection with the murder of Nahid Al-Manea and another incident.

Saudi student Nahid was stabbed to death while walking along Salary Brook Trail, in Greenstead, Colchester on Tuesday morning.

Today, Det Ch Supt Steve Worron, who is leading the investigation into the microbiology lecturer’s death, said a man was seen running up Hewes Close, off Avon Way, at 10.56am on Tuesday.

This road is at the far end of Avon Way and the man was seen initially coming out of an alleyway which indirectly links to the Salary Brook Trail.

The man is white, aged between 18 and 25, of medium build and with dark hair.

He was wearing a long sleeve plain hooded top, described as ‘London bus red’ and dark trousers.

Mr Worron added: “Are you this person, does anyone else believe they know who he is?

“If so we need you to get in touch now so that we can eliminate you from our enquiries.”

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In another incident, which Essex Police has said could be linked, a man tried to attack a woman jogging near Peache Road, in Colchester at about 10pm on Thursday.

"I also want to hear from anyone who recognises the description of a man who is wanted for questioning by police in connection with an attack on a woman in Peache Road, in Colchester, at around 10pm on Thursday June 19."

The senior investigator said the location of the attack, and some aspects of it, including reports that a knife was involved and the victim was a woman, mean this man is also of interest to the Nahid murder investigation.

The suspect is described as white, in his early 20s, and around 5ft 7in to 5ft 8in tall.

He was of medium build and had a narrow face, appeared unwell, and possibly had fair hair.

He was wearing a black hooded top and possibly had on underneath a dark top with a red logo on it.

Anyone with information on either incident should call 01245 282103.

'Murders could be linked'

INVESTIGATORS have not ruled out officially linking the murders of Jim Attfield and Nahid Al-Manea.

Senior detective Steve Worron said while the two investigations will continue to run separately, though in close proximity, no official link has been made.

He said: “We do not yet know whether the murders of Nahid Al-manea and James Attfield have been committed by the same person or people.

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“A criminal profiler from the National Crime Agency has carried out a thorough assessment of all the evidence in connection with both murders.

“A decision has been taken that they remain separate but parallel investigations at this time.

“However the circumstances of both crimes mean that we must consider the possibility that the same killer or killers are responsible.

"We are continuing to explore this line of enquiry, along with many others, and both investigations are being continually resourced and are receiving equal precedence.”

Essex Police have received more than 100 calls from members of the public since Tuesday’s brutal murder.

Officers have also completed about 350 house-to-house inquires.

Mr Worron added: “There is still more we need the public to do to help us and find those responsible for Nahid and James’ deaths.

“I still firmly believe that the answer to these investigations will come from within the Colchester community.”

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'Remain vigilant'

ESSEX Police have drafted in detectives and police officers from across the East of England and from London.

In particular, the Met Police have sent 30 detectives from its Homicide and Major Crime Command unit.

Officers from the eastern region are helping to patrol Colchester on a 24/7 basis, with a particular focus on secluded open spaces.

Supt Steve Ditchburn said: "The safety of the public remains the absolute priority for Essex Police and additional patrols are now being carried out across Colchester; especially in public open spaces.

"These patrols are to offer reassurance and we would invite people to speak to officers about any concerns they may have or to pass on any information of relevance to either investigation.

"Our advice to people is that we have now had two knife murders in Colchester in less than three months where the motive for the attacks remains unknown.

"Against that background we would advise everyone in the town to remain vigilant."

He added: "Both of these attacks were on lone people who were in locations where it appears no one else was nearby at the time.

"For that reason we would remind people to take sensible precautions to stay safe.

"This includes avoiding any situations in which you could find yourself isolated and alone in a public area."

 

 

 

 

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5:58pm Sat 21 Jun 14

G_Whiz says...

If this was America - we would be in' LOCKDOWN'!!!!

There must be something in the water - What's going on!?

But, at least the liberals are happy, plenty of knives still about!
If this was America - we would be in' LOCKDOWN'!!!! There must be something in the water - What's going on!? But, at least the liberals are happy, plenty of knives still about! G_Whiz
  • Score: -38

8:21pm Sat 21 Jun 14

ExPatMiddlesexer says...

I personally hope that it's a serial attacker, and they're captured soon. The thought of three different maniacs on the loose is too terrifying to contemplate.
I personally hope that it's a serial attacker, and they're captured soon. The thought of three different maniacs on the loose is too terrifying to contemplate. ExPatMiddlesexer
  • Score: 28

9:18pm Sat 21 Jun 14

I am not a number says...

With all of the murders and that there have been lately, I wouldn't be surprised if there is a link between these somewhere
With all of the murders and that there have been lately, I wouldn't be surprised if there is a link between these somewhere I am not a number
  • Score: 15

9:35pm Sat 21 Jun 14

TheIdesOfMarch says...

There Is.....

DRUGS>>>>>

and the drug factory in the area>>>>blinkers off please.
while they have been messing around at christmas with operation sandwich down your trousers, this has been manifesting.

as for G whiz's comments nothing in the water, this colchester'
There Is..... DRUGS>>>>> and the drug factory in the area>>>>blinkers off please. while they have been messing around at christmas with operation sandwich down your trousers, this has been manifesting. as for G whiz's comments nothing in the water, this colchester' TheIdesOfMarch
  • Score: -20

10:04pm Sat 21 Jun 14

JohnStang says...

TheIdesOfMarch wrote:
There Is.....

DRUGS>>>&gt
;>

and the drug factory in the area>>>>
blinkers off please.
while they have been messing around at christmas with operation sandwich down your trousers, this has been manifesting.

as for G whiz's comments nothing in the water, this colchester'
St. Andrews?!? Where was it again you were talking about?
[quote][p][bold]TheIdesOfMarch[/bold] wrote: There Is..... DRUGS>>>> ;> and the drug factory in the area>>>> blinkers off please. while they have been messing around at christmas with operation sandwich down your trousers, this has been manifesting. as for G whiz's comments nothing in the water, this colchester'[/p][/quote]St. Andrews?!? Where was it again you were talking about? JohnStang
  • Score: 5

12:01am Sun 22 Jun 14

Angry of Lexden says...

TheIdesOfMarch wrote:
There Is.....

DRUGS>>>&gt
;>

and the drug factory in the area>>>>
blinkers off please.
while they have been messing around at christmas with operation sandwich down your trousers, this has been manifesting.

as for G whiz's comments nothing in the water, this colchester'
Seriously don't have a clue what you are on about. Please clarify
[quote][p][bold]TheIdesOfMarch[/bold] wrote: There Is..... DRUGS>>>> ;> and the drug factory in the area>>>> blinkers off please. while they have been messing around at christmas with operation sandwich down your trousers, this has been manifesting. as for G whiz's comments nothing in the water, this colchester'[/p][/quote]Seriously don't have a clue what you are on about. Please clarify Angry of Lexden
  • Score: 17

12:10am Sun 22 Jun 14

Angry of Lexden says...

G_Whiz wrote:
If this was America - we would be in' LOCKDOWN'!!!!

There must be something in the water - What's going on!?

But, at least the liberals are happy, plenty of knives still about!
Gwizz, have to say there have been no comments to defend the position taken by King Bob on his vote against raising the deterrent power of the knife crime law. The yellow waist coated canary has no shame.
[quote][p][bold]G_Whiz[/bold] wrote: If this was America - we would be in' LOCKDOWN'!!!! There must be something in the water - What's going on!? But, at least the liberals are happy, plenty of knives still about![/p][/quote]Gwizz, have to say there have been no comments to defend the position taken by King Bob on his vote against raising the deterrent power of the knife crime law. The yellow waist coated canary has no shame. Angry of Lexden
  • Score: 8

12:19am Sun 22 Jun 14

Angry of Lexden says...

Angry of Lexden wrote:
G_Whiz wrote:
If this was America - we would be in' LOCKDOWN'!!!!

There must be something in the water - What's going on!?

But, at least the liberals are happy, plenty of knives still about!
Gwizz, have to say there have been no comments to defend the position taken by King Bob on his vote against raising the deterrent power of the knife crime law. The yellow waist coated canary has no shame.
Also, the budgie seems more interested in the future if a redundant rotting victorian water tower. LB's please explain if you dare.
[quote][p][bold]Angry of Lexden[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]G_Whiz[/bold] wrote: If this was America - we would be in' LOCKDOWN'!!!! There must be something in the water - What's going on!? But, at least the liberals are happy, plenty of knives still about![/p][/quote]Gwizz, have to say there have been no comments to defend the position taken by King Bob on his vote against raising the deterrent power of the knife crime law. The yellow waist coated canary has no shame.[/p][/quote]Also, the budgie seems more interested in the future if a redundant rotting victorian water tower. LB's please explain if you dare. Angry of Lexden
  • Score: 7

7:19am Sun 22 Jun 14

A Very Primate Gentleman says...

TheIdesOfMarch wrote:
There Is.....

DRUGS>>>&gt
;>

and the drug factory in the area>>>>
blinkers off please.
while they have been messing around at christmas with operation sandwich down your trousers, this has been manifesting.

as for G whiz's comments nothing in the water, this colchester'
Yet more unfounded claptrap from the Gazettes resident buffon.
[quote][p][bold]TheIdesOfMarch[/bold] wrote: There Is..... DRUGS>>>> ;> and the drug factory in the area>>>> blinkers off please. while they have been messing around at christmas with operation sandwich down your trousers, this has been manifesting. as for G whiz's comments nothing in the water, this colchester'[/p][/quote]Yet more unfounded claptrap from the Gazettes resident buffon. A Very Primate Gentleman
  • Score: -3

7:58am Sun 22 Jun 14

kribensis62 says...

Extra police patrols ? Extra police cars more lie ! See multiple police vehicles in the area doing drive throughs but little patroling. Most vehicles seen are multi crewed so why not reduce the number of vehicles and have the officers on foot patrolling the footpaths and parks.
How the site of a vehicle going past at 30mph or more can be classed as a police presence and a reassurance to the public is hard to see.
Extra police patrols ? Extra police cars more lie ! See multiple police vehicles in the area doing drive throughs but little patroling. Most vehicles seen are multi crewed so why not reduce the number of vehicles and have the officers on foot patrolling the footpaths and parks. How the site of a vehicle going past at 30mph or more can be classed as a police presence and a reassurance to the public is hard to see. kribensis62
  • Score: 18

9:52am Sun 22 Jun 14

blockpaver says...

kribensis62 wrote:
Extra police patrols ? Extra police cars more lie ! See multiple police vehicles in the area doing drive throughs but little patroling. Most vehicles seen are multi crewed so why not reduce the number of vehicles and have the officers on foot patrolling the footpaths and parks.
How the site of a vehicle going past at 30mph or more can be classed as a police presence and a reassurance to the public is hard to see.
The plain truth of the matter is that with the current Tory cuts to the public sector we no longer have enough Police Officers to meet the level of protection we all want and expect. No doubt the officers going past at 30 MPH are trying do their bit near to Salary Brook, in the Park, and in the Port Lane area whilst coping with a burglary in Shrubend or a case of domestic abuse in Stanway., and working into the shift pattern sufficient time for policing the nightime economy over the weekends. I’m afraid that the old axiom: “you get what you are prepared to pay for” is correct.
[quote][p][bold]kribensis62[/bold] wrote: Extra police patrols ? Extra police cars more lie ! See multiple police vehicles in the area doing drive throughs but little patroling. Most vehicles seen are multi crewed so why not reduce the number of vehicles and have the officers on foot patrolling the footpaths and parks. How the site of a vehicle going past at 30mph or more can be classed as a police presence and a reassurance to the public is hard to see.[/p][/quote]The plain truth of the matter is that with the current Tory cuts to the public sector we no longer have enough Police Officers to meet the level of protection we all want and expect. No doubt the officers going past at 30 MPH are trying do their bit near to Salary Brook, in the Park, and in the Port Lane area whilst coping with a burglary in Shrubend or a case of domestic abuse in Stanway., and working into the shift pattern sufficient time for policing the nightime economy over the weekends. I’m afraid that the old axiom: “you get what you are prepared to pay for” is correct. blockpaver
  • Score: 11

11:33am Sun 22 Jun 14

Logo30 says...

Completely agree with the sentiments above about how the extra resource to the town simply seems to be more patrol cars.

Extra beat bobbies would be far more of a deterrent / reassuring.

Unfortunately the reality seems to be that there simply is not sufficient resource to support this.

This then raises questions about the leadership / priorities of those in charge of controlling policing in the patch.

At a time when budgets are so tight, the role (total cost can be in excess of £100k lets not forget) and performance of the Police and Crime Commissioner seems particularly questionable.

There is a public meeting with the PCC and other police leaders on Wednesday night about policing in the town, at Colchester Institute from 6.30pm.

Given recent horrific events, and the fact that the Police's own figures suggest that serious violent crime in the town has increased by 15% and serious sexual crime by 44% in the last year, there would seem to be significant shortcomings to be answered........
Completely agree with the sentiments above about how the extra resource to the town simply seems to be more patrol cars. Extra beat bobbies would be far more of a deterrent / reassuring. Unfortunately the reality seems to be that there simply is not sufficient resource to support this. This then raises questions about the leadership / priorities of those in charge of controlling policing in the patch. At a time when budgets are so tight, the role (total cost can be in excess of £100k lets not forget) and performance of the Police and Crime Commissioner seems particularly questionable. There is a public meeting with the PCC and other police leaders on Wednesday night about policing in the town, at Colchester Institute from 6.30pm. Given recent horrific events, and the fact that the Police's own figures suggest that serious violent crime in the town has increased by 15% and serious sexual crime by 44% in the last year, there would seem to be significant shortcomings to be answered........ Logo30
  • Score: 18

12:09pm Sun 22 Jun 14

Boris says...

Angry of Lexden wrote:
G_Whiz wrote:
If this was America - we would be in' LOCKDOWN'!!!!

There must be something in the water - What's going on!?

But, at least the liberals are happy, plenty of knives still about!
Gwizz, have to say there have been no comments to defend the position taken by King Bob on his vote against raising the deterrent power of the knife crime law. The yellow waist coated canary has no shame.
You should look into why the Lib Dems decided to oppose the new clause 6 of the Crimiunal Justice and Courts Bill on 17th June.
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No, i don't know why either, but the Lib Dems all opposed it, as did some minor parties, and a handful of rebel Tory and Labour MPs. It was passed anyway. You can read more on the "theyworkforyou" website, which shows how every MP voted on every clause of every bill.
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p?date=2014-06-17&nu

mber=8&mpn=Bob_Russe

ll&mpc=Colchester&ho

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"The majority of MPs voted for adults to face a minimum six-month jail sentence for a second, or subsequent, conviction for carrying a knife and that 16 to 18-year-olds would face a mandatory minimum four-month detention and training order in the same circumstances."
[quote][p][bold]Angry of Lexden[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]G_Whiz[/bold] wrote: If this was America - we would be in' LOCKDOWN'!!!! There must be something in the water - What's going on!? But, at least the liberals are happy, plenty of knives still about![/p][/quote]Gwizz, have to say there have been no comments to defend the position taken by King Bob on his vote against raising the deterrent power of the knife crime law. The yellow waist coated canary has no shame.[/p][/quote]You should look into why the Lib Dems decided to oppose the new clause 6 of the Crimiunal Justice and Courts Bill on 17th June. . No, i don't know why either, but the Lib Dems all opposed it, as did some minor parties, and a handful of rebel Tory and Labour MPs. It was passed anyway. You can read more on the "theyworkforyou" website, which shows how every MP voted on every clause of every bill. . http://www.publicwhi p.org.uk/division.ph p?date=2014-06-17&nu mber=8&mpn=Bob_Russe ll&mpc=Colchester&ho use=commons . "The majority of MPs voted for adults to face a minimum six-month jail sentence for a second, or subsequent, conviction for carrying a knife and that 16 to 18-year-olds would face a mandatory minimum four-month detention and training order in the same circumstances." Boris
  • Score: 0

2:58pm Sun 22 Jun 14

catflap1 says...

G_Whiz wrote:
If this was America - we would be in' LOCKDOWN'!!!!

There must be something in the water - What's going on!?

But, at least the liberals are happy, plenty of knives still about!
well thankfully it isn't America ... maybe you should keep your incoherent ramblings to yourself
[quote][p][bold]G_Whiz[/bold] wrote: If this was America - we would be in' LOCKDOWN'!!!! There must be something in the water - What's going on!? But, at least the liberals are happy, plenty of knives still about![/p][/quote]well thankfully it isn't America ... maybe you should keep your incoherent ramblings to yourself catflap1
  • Score: 7

11:07pm Sun 22 Jun 14

catalan says...

In Highwoods Country park today I saw numerous police officers patrolling by foot and on push bike. I have also seen many police officers walking aswell as driving around Greenstead.
In Highwoods Country park today I saw numerous police officers patrolling by foot and on push bike. I have also seen many police officers walking aswell as driving around Greenstead. catalan
  • Score: 8

6:35am Mon 23 Jun 14

Jue_uk says...

catalan wrote:
In Highwoods Country park today I saw numerous police officers patrolling by foot and on push bike. I have also seen many police officers walking aswell as driving around Greenstead.
I have also seen a high presence of police officers patrolling in Mile End by foot, even at 5.30am today when I was walking my dogs, and it does reassure you knowing they are about. I personally think they are doing the best they can in such a terrible situation.
[quote][p][bold]catalan[/bold] wrote: In Highwoods Country park today I saw numerous police officers patrolling by foot and on push bike. I have also seen many police officers walking aswell as driving around Greenstead.[/p][/quote]I have also seen a high presence of police officers patrolling in Mile End by foot, even at 5.30am today when I was walking my dogs, and it does reassure you knowing they are about. I personally think they are doing the best they can in such a terrible situation. Jue_uk
  • Score: 8

11:12am Mon 23 Jun 14

jamest says...

I saw lots of police on foot round the Hythe yesterday.
I saw lots of police on foot round the Hythe yesterday. jamest
  • Score: 3

12:43pm Mon 23 Jun 14

**Leon** says...

A Very Primate Gentleman wrote:
TheIdesOfMarch wrote:
There Is.....

DRUGS>>>&gt
;
;>

and the drug factory in the area>>>>

blinkers off please.
while they have been messing around at christmas with operation sandwich down your trousers, this has been manifesting.

as for G whiz's comments nothing in the water, this colchester'
Yet more unfounded claptrap from the Gazettes resident buffon.
1. Justice79
2. UndergroundOvergroun
d
3. A Very Primate Gentleman
"The gazettes resident hypocrite"
Who cannot spell and sucks up to the bullies.
How is your dog lately? Big Mouth !
This lot on here do not know what we know about you.
We will out you soon, don't worry !
[quote][p][bold]A Very Primate Gentleman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TheIdesOfMarch[/bold] wrote: There Is..... DRUGS>>>> ; ;> and the drug factory in the area>>>> blinkers off please. while they have been messing around at christmas with operation sandwich down your trousers, this has been manifesting. as for G whiz's comments nothing in the water, this colchester'[/p][/quote]Yet more unfounded claptrap from the Gazettes resident buffon.[/p][/quote]1. Justice79 2. UndergroundOvergroun d 3. A Very Primate Gentleman "The gazettes resident hypocrite" Who cannot spell and sucks up to the bullies. How is your dog lately? Big Mouth ! This lot on here do not know what we know about you. We will out you soon, don't worry ! **Leon**
  • Score: 3

8:20pm Mon 23 Jun 14

specs60 says...

I know someone who goes to the uni that way all the time.
they gave the police their name etc and nobody has got back to them.
they may not have seen anything specific but if the police don't contact them how do they know?
I know someone who goes to the uni that way all the time. they gave the police their name etc and nobody has got back to them. they may not have seen anything specific but if the police don't contact them how do they know? specs60
  • Score: 2

8:27pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Angry of Lexden says...

I have just read that Shannon Fenlon, the girlfriend of Ed Redman who murdered Jay Whiston, has been released after serving 9 weeks of a 9 month sentence. Her action to withhold and destroy evidence, together with Redman's brother and father, made the case difficult to bring to court, and could have resulted in failure to bring Redman to justice. She has served only a quarter of what to my mind was a weak sentence anyway. Jay's mum is quoted as very upset at Fenlon's pathetically inadequate punishment. This is in addition to Russel's slap in the face to Colchester by voting against stronger deterrent sentencing for carrying knives. I would like to think Russel might have the honour to explain his vote of last week, and make amends by taking some useful action to challenge Fenlon's early release.
I have just read that Shannon Fenlon, the girlfriend of Ed Redman who murdered Jay Whiston, has been released after serving 9 weeks of a 9 month sentence. Her action to withhold and destroy evidence, together with Redman's brother and father, made the case difficult to bring to court, and could have resulted in failure to bring Redman to justice. She has served only a quarter of what to my mind was a weak sentence anyway. Jay's mum is quoted as very upset at Fenlon's pathetically inadequate punishment. This is in addition to Russel's slap in the face to Colchester by voting against stronger deterrent sentencing for carrying knives. I would like to think Russel might have the honour to explain his vote of last week, and make amends by taking some useful action to challenge Fenlon's early release. Angry of Lexden
  • Score: 12

8:51pm Mon 23 Jun 14

A Very Primate Gentleman says...

**Leon** wrote:
A Very Primate Gentleman wrote:
TheIdesOfMarch wrote:
There Is.....

DRUGS>>>&gt
;
;
;>

and the drug factory in the area>>>>


blinkers off please.
while they have been messing around at christmas with operation sandwich down your trousers, this has been manifesting.

as for G whiz's comments nothing in the water, this colchester'
Yet more unfounded claptrap from the Gazettes resident buffon.
1. Justice79
2. UndergroundOvergroun

d
3. A Very Primate Gentleman
"The gazettes resident hypocrite"
Who cannot spell and sucks up to the bullies.
How is your dog lately? Big Mouth !
This lot on here do not know what we know about you.
We will out you soon, don't worry !
Of course you will precious, you know absolutely nothing.
[quote][p][bold]**Leon**[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Very Primate Gentleman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TheIdesOfMarch[/bold] wrote: There Is..... DRUGS>>>> ; ; ;> and the drug factory in the area>>>> blinkers off please. while they have been messing around at christmas with operation sandwich down your trousers, this has been manifesting. as for G whiz's comments nothing in the water, this colchester'[/p][/quote]Yet more unfounded claptrap from the Gazettes resident buffon.[/p][/quote]1. Justice79 2. UndergroundOvergroun d 3. A Very Primate Gentleman "The gazettes resident hypocrite" Who cannot spell and sucks up to the bullies. How is your dog lately? Big Mouth ! This lot on here do not know what we know about you. We will out you soon, don't worry ![/p][/quote]Of course you will precious, you know absolutely nothing. A Very Primate Gentleman
  • Score: -2

10:00pm Thu 26 Jun 14

Navajo wife says...

Gwhiz please don't involve us in this awful crime. No Colchester is far from the Colchester we grew up in, in the ,50s and 60s.We work totally different on a homicide case but I'm sure your police are doing all they can. There is only so much that can be released during an ongoing investigation so as not to compromise the case. We like most of the comments on this case and really hope the person/persons responsible are soon caught and brought to justice. Love to all in Colchester.
Gwhiz please don't involve us in this awful crime. No Colchester is far from the Colchester we grew up in, in the ,50s and 60s.We work totally different on a homicide case but I'm sure your police are doing all they can. There is only so much that can be released during an ongoing investigation so as not to compromise the case. We like most of the comments on this case and really hope the person/persons responsible are soon caught and brought to justice. Love to all in Colchester. Navajo wife
  • Score: 1

6:18pm Sun 13 Jul 14

Gingertwist says...

Someone somewhere in this town of ours must have some suspicions! A person behaving differently, acting oddly. These poor people who have been attacked are dreadful crimes and we can blame everyone for something whether it be the police, lib dems, drugs or street lights, the fact of the matter is that Colchester is a lovely town and there is a small majority of people causing such misery. Bring back tougher sentencing, caring for one another and above all keeping vigilant. As I said, someone somewhere must have some supsicions.
Someone somewhere in this town of ours must have some suspicions! A person behaving differently, acting oddly. These poor people who have been attacked are dreadful crimes and we can blame everyone for something whether it be the police, lib dems, drugs or street lights, the fact of the matter is that Colchester is a lovely town and there is a small majority of people causing such misery. Bring back tougher sentencing, caring for one another and above all keeping vigilant. As I said, someone somewhere must have some supsicions. Gingertwist
  • Score: 1

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