Police looking for owners of stolen items after burglary arrest

Gazette: Police looking for owners of stolen items after burglary arrest Police looking for owners of stolen items after burglary arrest

POLICE are attempting to return items of property to their owners after arresting a teenager on suspicion of burglary.

The 16-year-old boy was arrested in Laburnham Grove, Colchester in the early hours of Thursday and has been released on bail pending further enquiries until August 14.

Among the items police seized are two coin albums, a hedge cutter, fishing rods, a set of wing mirrors, a leaf blower, eleven boxed royal mint coin collections, a loose coin collection and collectors coins.

They also recovered a glass cutter, batteries, an iPhone box, an Orange SIM card, boxed fuses and a boxed knife.

Anyone who believes any of these items could be theirs is asked to contact PC Amanda Cook at Colchester police station on 101.

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6:33pm Sat 5 Jul 14

Mohammad Akbar says...

Don't worry about returning the stolen items, just give us the 16-year-old boy so we can handout some sharia law justice.
Don't worry about returning the stolen items, just give us the 16-year-old boy so we can handout some sharia law justice. Mohammad Akbar
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7:21pm Sat 5 Jul 14

Navajo wife says...

Mr. Akbar, how wrong you are.This kind of thinking is why there is so much violence in the world. Let the proper authorities deal with it. We may not always do things to YOUR liking but let's not srir up more unrest Colchester has enough to deal with.
Mr. Akbar, how wrong you are.This kind of thinking is why there is so much violence in the world. Let the proper authorities deal with it. We may not always do things to YOUR liking but let's not srir up more unrest Colchester has enough to deal with. Navajo wife
  • Score: 1

9:07pm Sat 5 Jul 14

Mohammad Akbar says...

Navajo wife wrote:
Mr. Akbar, how wrong you are.This kind of thinking is why there is so much violence in the world. Let the proper authorities deal with it. We may not always do things to YOUR liking but let's not srir up more unrest Colchester has enough to deal with.
You are quite right Colchester has had enough to deal with but unfortunately it is not dealing with it! Sadly it pains me to say this but Colchester has become a town full of murders, burglaries, and common assaults, the criminals are taking over this town, crime should equal punishment we are being let down by the judicial system and I strongly believe it is time for us to take matters into our own hands to protect ourselves and our families.
[quote][p][bold]Navajo wife[/bold] wrote: Mr. Akbar, how wrong you are.This kind of thinking is why there is so much violence in the world. Let the proper authorities deal with it. We may not always do things to YOUR liking but let's not srir up more unrest Colchester has enough to deal with.[/p][/quote]You are quite right Colchester has had enough to deal with but unfortunately it is not dealing with it! Sadly it pains me to say this but Colchester has become a town full of murders, burglaries, and common assaults, the criminals are taking over this town, crime should equal punishment we are being let down by the judicial system and I strongly believe it is time for us to take matters into our own hands to protect ourselves and our families. Mohammad Akbar
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6:33am Sun 6 Jul 14

Navajo wife says...

Yes, I agree with most of your comment, but you cannot act like vigilantes because then you would be no better thsn the criminals.As you said,.punishment.sho
uld fit the crime but unfortunately the law makers sometimes don't have a clue. Well, not until one of theirs is a.victim.The laes on our Reservations are very clear and the Tribal Police MUST follow them.Our hearts go out to the people of Colchester, you certainly have a lot to contend with right now, but please try to accept our love anf prayers.The ocean is all that separates us. Good luck sir and God bless you for caring so much.
Yes, I agree with most of your comment, but you cannot act like vigilantes because then you would be no better thsn the criminals.As you said,.punishment.sho uld fit the crime but unfortunately the law makers sometimes don't have a clue. Well, not until one of theirs is a.victim.The laes on our Reservations are very clear and the Tribal Police MUST follow them.Our hearts go out to the people of Colchester, you certainly have a lot to contend with right now, but please try to accept our love anf prayers.The ocean is all that separates us. Good luck sir and God bless you for caring so much. Navajo wife
  • Score: -1

11:04am Sun 6 Jul 14

Mohammad Akbar says...

Unfortunately when the hand is forced retaliation is inevitable to keep our brothers and sisters safe, Allah will show us the way.
Unfortunately when the hand is forced retaliation is inevitable to keep our brothers and sisters safe, Allah will show us the way. Mohammad Akbar
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