Milk fiend carrying out doorstep thefts

Milk fiend carrying out doorstep thefts

Milk fiend carrying out doorstep thefts

First published in News

A milk thief has been stealing bottles from doorsteps in Witham.

Four thefts were reported to police last Monday between 1am and 6am.

The victims lived at two homes in Oxlip Road, one property in Harebell Drive and one in Powers Hall End.

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12:46pm Thu 27 Feb 14

Jack222 says...

The heading, is as normal, excessive. Nicking milk is not high on my level of 'fiend' behaviour...
The heading, is as normal, excessive. Nicking milk is not high on my level of 'fiend' behaviour... Jack222
  • Score: 4

1:09pm Thu 27 Feb 14

Bhudeeka says...

typical a thief condones theft
typical a thief condones theft Bhudeeka
  • Score: -10

1:10pm Thu 27 Feb 14

er...i'll stop you there says...

Police actually conducted door to door inquiries on this last week.

There must be things higher up on the agenda than milk bottle theft to investigate.
Police actually conducted door to door inquiries on this last week. There must be things higher up on the agenda than milk bottle theft to investigate. er...i'll stop you there
  • Score: 7

7:28pm Thu 27 Feb 14

/@|_|@\ says...

Yes. Maybe an investigation into how someone may come into the country with such an ill-informed and unbalanced mind, spew vituperative and vitriolic hyperbole and continue to parade her lunacy in front of everyone with nary a retribution. She gives immigrants a bad name!

Oh, and then there's Bhudeeka.

:-O
Yes. Maybe an investigation into how someone may come into the country with such an ill-informed and unbalanced mind, spew vituperative and vitriolic hyperbole and continue to parade her lunacy in front of everyone with nary a retribution. She gives immigrants a bad name! Oh, and then there's Bhudeeka. :-O /@|_|@\
  • Score: 3

9:28pm Thu 27 Feb 14

OMPITA [Intl] says...

Usual situation of narrow minded thinking. Someone is jumping to conclusions and 'situating the appreciation' I think.

Where is the evidence that points to this 'crime wave of the century' being carried by just one (fiendish?) person.

For all we know there might be two, three or even four individuals all helping themselves to the free refreshments 'so kindly and generously left out for them'.

How do we know it's even the work of a human being?

Come to think of it, have the Police thought to check out Margaret Boddy’s dodgy moggies? Remember the Feline Dastardly Duo (Eric and Ernie) in Marlborough Road Braintree (as reported in the BWT on 9th January last)?

Perhaps her little darlings have expanded their burglary portfolio to include dairy products as well as clothing shoes and underwear from pastures new.

Indeed I seem to recall at the time that she was quoted as saying that she feared they were ‘going further afield’.

Time to get them in for questioning I think.

Come on now nice pusssy, we know you dunnit. Just tell us which one of yer it was who got the cream off the top of the milk and we’ll go easy on yer!
Usual situation of narrow minded thinking. Someone is jumping to conclusions and 'situating the appreciation' I think. Where is the evidence that points to this 'crime wave of the century' being carried by just one (fiendish?) person. For all we know there might be two, three or even four individuals all helping themselves to the free refreshments 'so kindly and generously left out for them'. How do we know it's even the work of a human being? Come to think of it, have the Police thought to check out Margaret Boddy’s dodgy moggies? Remember the Feline Dastardly Duo (Eric and Ernie) in Marlborough Road Braintree (as reported in the BWT on 9th January last)? Perhaps her little darlings have expanded their burglary portfolio to include dairy products as well as clothing shoes and underwear from pastures new. Indeed I seem to recall at the time that she was quoted as saying that she feared they were ‘going further afield’. Time to get them in for questioning I think. Come on now nice pusssy, we know you dunnit. Just tell us which one of yer it was who got the cream off the top of the milk and we’ll go easy on yer! OMPITA [Intl]
  • Score: 2

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