Bold burglar says "sorry love" to victim as he walks past with loot

Gazette: Bold burglar says "sorry love" to victim as he walks past with loot Bold burglar says "sorry love" to victim as he walks past with loot

A bold burglar said “sorry love” to his victim as he walked past her with his loot.

The thief ransacked a home in Beaufort Gardens, Braintree, between 11.30am and 2pm last Wednesday, stealing a haul of jewellery in a white bag.

He forced his way into the house by smashing the front door glass panel.

When he was still in the house, the homeowner, a woman aged in her 50s, arrived in the house through the front door.

He walked past her, carrying the bag filled with various items of jewellery, and said “sorry love”.

He left by the front door.

The housewife described him as white and bald.

Nobody else was in the house at the time.

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3:54pm Tue 20 May 14

hughie-s says...

"...between 11.30pm and 2pm last Wednesday.." He was in the house for over 14 hours?
"...between 11.30pm and 2pm last Wednesday.." He was in the house for over 14 hours? hughie-s
  • Score: 7

4:19pm Tue 20 May 14

wormshero says...

hughie-s wrote:
"...between 11.30pm and 2pm last Wednesday.." He was in the house for over 14 hours?
Seriously? Quite clearly no one knows exactly when he broke in - there was likely no one in the house within those hours so the thief could have arrived at any time. Giving the wide window means if people were passing by and saw anything suspicious during any possible time then they're more likely to pass that information on.
[quote][p][bold]hughie-s[/bold] wrote: "...between 11.30pm and 2pm last Wednesday.." He was in the house for over 14 hours?[/p][/quote]Seriously? Quite clearly no one knows exactly when he broke in - there was likely no one in the house within those hours so the thief could have arrived at any time. Giving the wide window means if people were passing by and saw anything suspicious during any possible time then they're more likely to pass that information on. wormshero
  • Score: 6

5:55pm Tue 20 May 14

/@|_|@\ says...

wormshero wrote:
hughie-s wrote:
"...between 11.30pm and 2pm last Wednesday.." He was in the house for over 14 hours?
Seriously? Quite clearly no one knows exactly when he broke in - there was likely no one in the house within those hours so the thief could have arrived at any time. Giving the wide window means if people were passing by and saw anything suspicious during any possible time then they're more likely to pass that information on.
Do you read these crappy articles? He passed the woman in the doorway: we KNOW what time he was there! Sheesh.
[quote][p][bold]wormshero[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hughie-s[/bold] wrote: "...between 11.30pm and 2pm last Wednesday.." He was in the house for over 14 hours?[/p][/quote]Seriously? Quite clearly no one knows exactly when he broke in - there was likely no one in the house within those hours so the thief could have arrived at any time. Giving the wide window means if people were passing by and saw anything suspicious during any possible time then they're more likely to pass that information on.[/p][/quote]Do you read these crappy articles? He passed the woman in the doorway: we KNOW what time he was there! Sheesh. /@|_|@\
  • Score: 6

6:18pm Tue 20 May 14

Mr Honest says...

What a nice polite burglar.
What a nice polite burglar. Mr Honest
  • Score: 4

12:28am Wed 21 May 14

wormshero says...

/@|_|@\ wrote:
wormshero wrote:
hughie-s wrote:
"...between 11.30pm and 2pm last Wednesday.." He was in the house for over 14 hours?
Seriously? Quite clearly no one knows exactly when he broke in - there was likely no one in the house within those hours so the thief could have arrived at any time. Giving the wide window means if people were passing by and saw anything suspicious during any possible time then they're more likely to pass that information on.
Do you read these crappy articles? He passed the woman in the doorway: we KNOW what time he was there! Sheesh.
He passed her on the way out, no one knows when he entered the property.
[quote][p][bold]/@|_|@\[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wormshero[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hughie-s[/bold] wrote: "...between 11.30pm and 2pm last Wednesday.." He was in the house for over 14 hours?[/p][/quote]Seriously? Quite clearly no one knows exactly when he broke in - there was likely no one in the house within those hours so the thief could have arrived at any time. Giving the wide window means if people were passing by and saw anything suspicious during any possible time then they're more likely to pass that information on.[/p][/quote]Do you read these crappy articles? He passed the woman in the doorway: we KNOW what time he was there! Sheesh.[/p][/quote]He passed her on the way out, no one knows when he entered the property. wormshero
  • Score: 1

12:30am Wed 21 May 14

wormshero says...

/@|_|@\ wrote:
wormshero wrote:
hughie-s wrote:
"...between 11.30pm and 2pm last Wednesday.." He was in the house for over 14 hours?
Seriously? Quite clearly no one knows exactly when he broke in - there was likely no one in the house within those hours so the thief could have arrived at any time. Giving the wide window means if people were passing by and saw anything suspicious during any possible time then they're more likely to pass that information on.
Do you read these crappy articles? He passed the woman in the doorway: we KNOW what time he was there! Sheesh.
That said, I do now see the AM/PM typo from the first comment. Fair play!
[quote][p][bold]/@|_|@\[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wormshero[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hughie-s[/bold] wrote: "...between 11.30pm and 2pm last Wednesday.." He was in the house for over 14 hours?[/p][/quote]Seriously? Quite clearly no one knows exactly when he broke in - there was likely no one in the house within those hours so the thief could have arrived at any time. Giving the wide window means if people were passing by and saw anything suspicious during any possible time then they're more likely to pass that information on.[/p][/quote]Do you read these crappy articles? He passed the woman in the doorway: we KNOW what time he was there! Sheesh.[/p][/quote]That said, I do now see the AM/PM typo from the first comment. Fair play! wormshero
  • Score: 1

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