Mourners of Henry Vincent 'not to be intimidated,' says Met

Mourners of Henry Vincent 'not to be intimidated,' says Met
 

People laying flowers in tribute to a suspected burglar who was fatally stabbed should not feel intimidated, a senior Met Police officer says.
Flowers, cards and toys in memory of Henry Vincent have been repeatedly attacked and removed from a fence opposite the home where he was stabbed.
Sir Craig Mackey, Met deputy commissioner, says the problem has put a strain on police resources.
Residents have described the tributes to Mr Vincent as "in poor taste".
The 37-year-old, along with Bill Jeeves are suspected of burgling Richard Osborn-Brooks' home on South Park Crescent - which... read more

 
12 April 2018 in Regional, Views: 43
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