Police hunt Christmas Day raider

Police hunt Christmas Day raider

Police hunt Christmas Day raider

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A MAN who forced his way into a woman's home on Christmas Day and stole her car is being hunted by police.

James Gray, 22, last known to be living in Elgar Gardens, Tilbury is wanted in connection with the incident.

He is believed to have forced his way into the woman's home in Elizabeth Close, Tilbury, on Christmas Day and assaulted the woman before stealing her Ford Ka.

Anyone with information about his whereabouts can contact police at Grays on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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5:20pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Eric Whim says...

A MAN who force his way into a woman's home


forced
[quote]A MAN who force his way into a woman's home[/quote] forced Eric Whim
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5:43pm Wed 2 Jan 13

another council tax payer says...

bet he wasn`t breast fed
bet he wasn`t breast fed another council tax payer
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7:54pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Rich"Carol says...

100% SCUM but whats the real story cos theres more to this.
100% SCUM but whats the real story cos theres more to this. Rich"Carol
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3:13am Thu 3 Jan 13

Brunning999 says...

Why do some people on here feel the need to correct spelling mistakes, is it a sense of power that they longingly seek?

Personally I don't give a fook as long as I recognise what is being sed!!
Why do some people on here feel the need to correct spelling mistakes, is it a sense of power that they longingly seek? Personally I don't give a fook as long as I recognise what is being sed!! Brunning999
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4:08am Thu 3 Jan 13

SpiffSpaffington1984 says...

He looks like hes wearing eyeliner
He looks like hes wearing eyeliner SpiffSpaffington1984
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7:23am Thu 3 Jan 13

d_2da_ougle says...

that my dear friend is the effect smoking weed has on peoples eyes his blantly had a joint
that my dear friend is the effect smoking weed has on peoples eyes his blantly had a joint d_2da_ougle
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12:11pm Thu 3 Jan 13

madmax1 says...

Brunning999 wrote:
Why do some people on here feel the need to correct spelling mistakes, is it a sense of power that they longingly seek?

Personally I don't give a fook as long as I recognise what is being sed!!
They are a newspaper and constantly make spelling mistakes. Its comical, I suspect they do it on purpose for a giggle in the Echo office.
[quote][p][bold]Brunning999[/bold] wrote: Why do some people on here feel the need to correct spelling mistakes, is it a sense of power that they longingly seek? Personally I don't give a fook as long as I recognise what is being sed!![/p][/quote]They are a newspaper and constantly make spelling mistakes. Its comical, I suspect they do it on purpose for a giggle in the Echo office. madmax1
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12:15pm Thu 3 Jan 13

madmax1 says...

Rich"Carol wrote:
100% SCUM but whats the real story cos theres more to this.
Yeah I agree there is more to it than the story suggests & this guy has been wanted by Essex police for ages. He is always on their wanted list.
[quote][p][bold]Rich"Carol[/bold] wrote: 100% SCUM but whats the real story cos theres more to this.[/p][/quote]Yeah I agree there is more to it than the story suggests & this guy has been wanted by Essex police for ages. He is always on their wanted list. madmax1
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12:34pm Thu 3 Jan 13

Eric Whim says...

madmax1 wrote:
Brunning999 wrote:
Why do some people on here feel the need to correct spelling mistakes, is it a sense of power that they longingly seek?

Personally I don't give a fook as long as I recognise what is being sed!!
They are a newspaper and constantly make spelling mistakes. Its comical, I suspect they do it on purpose for a giggle in the Echo office.
it shamed them into correcting this particular error though.....
[quote][p][bold]madmax1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Brunning999[/bold] wrote: Why do some people on here feel the need to correct spelling mistakes, is it a sense of power that they longingly seek? Personally I don't give a fook as long as I recognise what is being sed!![/p][/quote]They are a newspaper and constantly make spelling mistakes. Its comical, I suspect they do it on purpose for a giggle in the Echo office.[/p][/quote]it shamed them into correcting this particular error though..... Eric Whim
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7:01pm Thu 3 Jan 13

LibbyJ says...

Charming looking chap, does he always dress like this?
Charming looking chap, does he always dress like this? LibbyJ
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7:01pm Thu 3 Jan 13

LibbyJ says...

Hope the lady's ok, and got her car back.
Hope the lady's ok, and got her car back. LibbyJ
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10:47pm Thu 3 Jan 13

asbo industries inc says...

LibbyJ wrote:
Charming looking chap, does he always dress like this?
a fine upstanding member of the community. maybe he was on the way to a rave
[quote][p][bold]LibbyJ[/bold] wrote: Charming looking chap, does he always dress like this?[/p][/quote]a fine upstanding member of the community. maybe he was on the way to a rave asbo industries inc
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