Cash stolen in raid

RAIDERS stole a wallet and cash in a daytime burglary.

Thieves broke in to a home in Ingestre Street, Harwich, sometime between 11.30am and 10.30pm on Tuesday, February 26.

They forced the front door open.

Anyone with information about suspicious activity should call Harwich police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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2:45pm Thu 28 Feb 13

Dug says...

It seems to be a pattern this week. The same gang?
It seems to be a pattern this week. The same gang? Dug
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6:43pm Thu 28 Feb 13

CRG2001 says...

The thefts are probably driven by drug addiction which is the bane of deprived unemployment black spots. The only way we will beat this is by the creation
of decent jobs in the area so people can regain the pride in themselves.
The thefts are probably driven by drug addiction which is the bane of deprived unemployment black spots. The only way we will beat this is by the creation of decent jobs in the area so people can regain the pride in themselves. CRG2001
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5:49am Fri 1 Mar 13

armageddon says...

they do not want to work and they have no pride, it is easier to take off those that do. I suppose the police are too busy watching traffic to catch the criminals in this area
they do not want to work and they have no pride, it is easier to take off those that do. I suppose the police are too busy watching traffic to catch the criminals in this area armageddon
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8:12am Fri 1 Mar 13

friday_woods says...

CRG2001 wrote:
The thefts are probably driven by drug addiction which is the bane of deprived unemployment black spots. The only way we will beat this is by the creation of decent jobs in the area so people can regain the pride in themselves.
Completely disagree. Even if work was available do you think the feckless and reckless would get a job when they can claim benefits and be better off? I'm all for giving the addicts large quantities of pure uncut class A drugs. They won't last long... ;-)
[quote][p][bold]CRG2001[/bold] wrote: The thefts are probably driven by drug addiction which is the bane of deprived unemployment black spots. The only way we will beat this is by the creation of decent jobs in the area so people can regain the pride in themselves.[/p][/quote]Completely disagree. Even if work was available do you think the feckless and reckless would get a job when they can claim benefits and be better off? I'm all for giving the addicts large quantities of pure uncut class A drugs. They won't last long... ;-) friday_woods
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12:26am Sun 3 Mar 13

Flame_Warrior says...

friday_woods wrote:
CRG2001 wrote:
The thefts are probably driven by drug addiction which is the bane of deprived unemployment black spots. The only way we will beat this is by the creation of decent jobs in the area so people can regain the pride in themselves.
Completely disagree. Even if work was available do you think the feckless and reckless would get a job when they can claim benefits and be better off? I'm all for giving the addicts large quantities of pure uncut class A drugs. They won't last long... ;-)
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[quote][p][bold]friday_woods[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CRG2001[/bold] wrote: The thefts are probably driven by drug addiction which is the bane of deprived unemployment black spots. The only way we will beat this is by the creation of decent jobs in the area so people can regain the pride in themselves.[/p][/quote]Completely disagree. Even if work was available do you think the feckless and reckless would get a job when they can claim benefits and be better off? I'm all for giving the addicts large quantities of pure uncut class A drugs. They won't last long... ;-)[/p][/quote]LIKE! Flame_Warrior
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