Man wanted over reports of blackmail

Man wanted over reports of blackmail

Man wanted over reports of blackmail

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A blackmail victim handed over hundreds of pounds in cash.

The victim handed over money on numerous occasions, but was not physically injured.

Police are seeking a man of European or Turkish appearance with olive skin, in his late 20s, 6ft 1in, with dark hair and of muscular build. He is believed to frequent Hastings and St Leonards.

Detective Constable Dan Schiraldi said: “If you know who this man is, please give us a call, in confidence, on 101 or email 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk quoting serial 152 of 21/2.

“You can also call the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.”

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4:39pm Wed 30 Apr 14

FC says...

And award for the most vague article ever published in the history or journalism goes to...

Argus, are you even trying?
And award for the most vague article ever published in the history or journalism goes to... Argus, are you even trying? FC
  • Score: 10

9:41pm Wed 30 Apr 14

HovePunter says...

FC wrote:
And award for the most vague article ever published in the history or journalism goes to...

Argus, are you even trying?
Spot on -absolute joke article - indicative of the effluent passing as journalism on here.
[quote][p][bold]FC[/bold] wrote: And award for the most vague article ever published in the history or journalism goes to... Argus, are you even trying?[/p][/quote]Spot on -absolute joke article - indicative of the effluent passing as journalism on here. HovePunter
  • Score: 2

12:43am Thu 1 May 14

The Real Phil says...

if I don't get given a hundred thousand million pounds in the next two days I might be tempted to reprint this article elsewhere further degrading the reputation of the rag it was first printed in. (If I say I would like the cash in small coins only, does it give the message that this is not a serious threat so that I won't be beaten to the ground, dragged off to the cells and prosecuted as the hardened and heartless criminal I may appear to be?).
if I don't get given a hundred thousand million pounds in the next two days I might be tempted to reprint this article elsewhere further degrading the reputation of the rag it was first printed in. (If I say I would like the cash in small coins only, does it give the message that this is not a serious threat so that I won't be beaten to the ground, dragged off to the cells and prosecuted as the hardened and heartless criminal I may appear to be?). The Real Phil
  • Score: 1

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