Footprints left on bonnet of parked car in Bewdley

Footprints left on bonnet of parked car in Bewdley

Footprints left on bonnet of parked car in Bewdley

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FOOTPRINTS were left on the bonnet of a vehicle parked in the Dog Lane car park in Bewdley overnight between Saturday, June 28 and the following day.

Any information call police on 101.

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3:47pm Mon 30 Jun 14

ushmush83 says...

Gripping stuff.
Gripping stuff. ushmush83
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3:52pm Mon 30 Jun 14

Perfman says...

ushmush83 wrote:
Gripping stuff.
Not nice for owner of the car to see. Some low life scumbag jumping on their car overnight!
[quote][p][bold]ushmush83[/bold] wrote: Gripping stuff.[/p][/quote]Not nice for owner of the car to see. Some low life scumbag jumping on their car overnight! Perfman
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4:26pm Mon 30 Jun 14

CYNIC_AL says...

The WN website is nothing more than a bulletin board for the emergency services. Every minor incident is now uploaded to this site as BREAKING NEWS. Story after story of hedge fires and shed break-ins, copy and pasted from the police and fire brigade's Twitter and Facebook pages. Is this what passes for journalism these days?
The WN website is nothing more than a bulletin board for the emergency services. Every minor incident is now uploaded to this site as BREAKING NEWS. Story after story of hedge fires and shed break-ins, copy and pasted from the police and fire brigade's Twitter and Facebook pages. Is this what passes for journalism these days? CYNIC_AL
  • Score: 11

7:46pm Tue 1 Jul 14

pinkfluff says...

CYNIC_AL wrote:
The WN website is nothing more than a bulletin board for the emergency services. Every minor incident is now uploaded to this site as BREAKING NEWS. Story after story of hedge fires and shed break-ins, copy and pasted from the police and fire brigade's Twitter and Facebook pages. Is this what passes for journalism these days?
I agree.....we are just getting the scraps of news. Not sure if this is "our" WN trying to get us to buy the paper.
[quote][p][bold]CYNIC_AL[/bold] wrote: The WN website is nothing more than a bulletin board for the emergency services. Every minor incident is now uploaded to this site as BREAKING NEWS. Story after story of hedge fires and shed break-ins, copy and pasted from the police and fire brigade's Twitter and Facebook pages. Is this what passes for journalism these days?[/p][/quote]I agree.....we are just getting the scraps of news. Not sure if this is "our" WN trying to get us to buy the paper. pinkfluff
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