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Householder discovers burglar

The Argus: Householder discovers burglar Householder discovers burglar

A householder discovered a burglar in his conservatory.

Police are appealing for witnesses to the burglary at a house in Sompting Road, Worthing, at 1.30pm on Thursday May 15.

The suspect was disturbed in the conservatory at the back of the house by the householder. He then left through the back garden on to Hadley Avenue, which is believed to be the way he entered.

No items were stolen.

There is believed to be one suspect, described as a white man in his 30s, 5' 10" and of stocky build. He had a shaven head and was wearing a T-shirt with large stripes.

Any witness or anyone with information is asked to call 101 or email 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk quoting serial 731 of 15/5. Alternatively, call the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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4:28pm Mon 19 May 14

Ramboy says...

"He had a shaven head and was wearing a T-shirt with large stripes."
Was he also wearing a mask over his eyes and carrying a sack with "swag" written on it?
Please say it was so.
"He had a shaven head and was wearing a T-shirt with large stripes." Was he also wearing a mask over his eyes and carrying a sack with "swag" written on it? Please say it was so. Ramboy
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6:37pm Mon 19 May 14

Mr chock says...

Ramboy wrote:
"He had a shaven head and was wearing a T-shirt with large stripes."
Was he also wearing a mask over his eyes and carrying a sack with "swag" written on it?
Please say it was so.
he description seems a little like the youths that were at the EDL march in brighton last week .. i do hope the police catch him and ask him what he was doing in a conservatory " we all know now don't we that glass doors and dogs do not mix http://www.theargus.
co.uk/news/11217715.
Glass_door_crash_kil
ls_greyhound/?ref=ms
you dont know a dog owner name Tiggy ?
[quote][p][bold]Ramboy[/bold] wrote: "He had a shaven head and was wearing a T-shirt with large stripes." Was he also wearing a mask over his eyes and carrying a sack with "swag" written on it? Please say it was so.[/p][/quote]he description seems a little like the youths that were at the EDL march in brighton last week .. i do hope the police catch him and ask him what he was doing in a conservatory " we all know now don't we that glass doors and dogs do not mix http://www.theargus. co.uk/news/11217715. Glass_door_crash_kil ls_greyhound/?ref=ms you dont know a dog owner name Tiggy ? Mr chock
  • Score: -1

7:06pm Mon 19 May 14

Russjackal says...

Mr chock wrote:
Ramboy wrote:
"He had a shaven head and was wearing a T-shirt with large stripes."
Was he also wearing a mask over his eyes and carrying a sack with "swag" written on it?
Please say it was so.
he description seems a little like the youths that were at the EDL march in brighton last week .. i do hope the police catch him and ask him what he was doing in a conservatory " we all know now don't we that glass doors and dogs do not mix http://www.theargus.

co.uk/news/11217715.

Glass_door_crash_kil

ls_greyhound/?ref=ms
you dont know a dog owner name Tiggy ?
****
[quote][p][bold]Mr chock[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ramboy[/bold] wrote: "He had a shaven head and was wearing a T-shirt with large stripes." Was he also wearing a mask over his eyes and carrying a sack with "swag" written on it? Please say it was so.[/p][/quote]he description seems a little like the youths that were at the EDL march in brighton last week .. i do hope the police catch him and ask him what he was doing in a conservatory " we all know now don't we that glass doors and dogs do not mix http://www.theargus. co.uk/news/11217715. Glass_door_crash_kil ls_greyhound/?ref=ms you dont know a dog owner name Tiggy ?[/p][/quote]**** Russjackal
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