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Wanted ex-marine's skull found near port 10 months after he went missing

THE skull of a wanted ex-marine has been found near a port 10 months after he went missing following a 'stabbing', cops have revealed. DNA testing has been carried out on the skull “and we can confirm it is the remains of 38-year-old John Dick”, said Essex Police.

thescottishsun.co.uk ,  5h 0
Wanted ex-marine's skull found near port 10 months after he went missing

Human skull found on building site is wanted ex-marine who went missing 10 months ago

John Dick had been wanted by police over a serious stabbing and they are now set to call off the hunt for him following the discovery of the skull near Harwich Port Police have confirmed that a skull found on a building site and other body parts discovered on nearby coastal land belong to a man they have been hunting over a serious stabbing.

mirror.co.uk ,  8h 445
Human skull found on building site is wanted ex-marine who went missing 10 months ago

John Dick: Wanted ex-marine's skull found near Harwich Port

The skull of a former marine who had not been seen for 10 months was found near a port, police have said. John Dick, 38, was last seen in Harwich, Essex, on 30 November and family Facebook appeals were shared hundreds of thousands of times.

bbc.com ,  9h 0
John Dick: Wanted ex-marine's skull found near Harwich Port

Human skull found on Essex building site were remains of 'generous' missing dad

Essex Police have confirmed the sad news Essex Police have confirmed that a human skull discovered on a building site in Essex earlier this year were the remains of a missing Suffolk man. Officers launched an investigation in July 19, 2021, after a skull was discovered on a building site near Harwich Port.

essexlive.news ,  10h 0
Human skull found on Essex building site were remains of 'generous' missing dad

Human skull found on Harwich building site confirmed remains of 'generous and trusting' missing dad

Essex Police have confirmed the sad news Essex Police have confirmed that a human skull discovered on a building site in Essex earlier this year were the remains of a missing Suffolk man. Officers launched an investigation in July 19, 2021, after a skull was discovered on a building site near Harwich Port.

essexlive.news ,  10h 13
Human skull found on Harwich building site confirmed remains of 'generous and trusting' missing dad

Police and public at odds over illegal e-scooters

Action to control the illegal use of e-scooters by young people is not being supported by the public, according to a police chief. Acting Chief Inspector Martin Richards, Tendring District Commander with Essex Police, told a Tendring council meeting that the level of illegally-ridden scooters by children has concerned the force but parents say officers should focus on other work.

eadt.co.uk ,  10h 6
Police and public at odds over illegal e-scooters

Human skull found on building site confirmed to be that of missing man

Human skull found in Harwich confirmed to be that of missing man POLICE have confirmed a human skull found on a building site matches the DNA of a missing man. Essex Police launched an investigation on July 19, 2021, after the force received reports a human skull had been found on a site near Harwich Port.

harwichandmanningtreestandard.co.uk ,  10h 137
Human skull found on building site confirmed to be that of missing man

Parents not supporting police in war on illegal e-scooters - chief says

It is the level of illegally-ridden scooters that has concerned Essex police The public are not behind Essex Police's struggle to keep on top of the rise of illegally ridden e-scooters, a police chief has said. Acting Chief Inspector Martin Richards (Tendring District Commander) told a Tendring council meeting on Monday (September 27) that the level of illegally-ridden scooters by children has concerned the force but parents say officers should focus on other work.

essexlive.news ,  11h 0
Parents not supporting police in war on illegal e-scooters - chief says

Parents are telling Essex Police to focus on other work while officers pursue war on illegal e-scooters

It is the level of illegally-ridden scooters that has concerned Essex police The public are not behind Essex Police's struggle to keep on top of the rise of illegally ridden e-scooters, a police chief has said. Acting Chief Inspector Martin Richards (Tendring District Commander) told a Tendring council meeting on Monday (September 27) that the level of illegally-ridden scooters by children has concerned the force but parents say officers should focus on other work.

essexlive.news ,  11h 5
Parents are telling Essex Police to focus on other work while officers pursue war on illegal e-scooters

Family of missing veteran who went missing from Bury St Edmunds 10 months ago 'devastated' after Essex Police announce his death

The family of a Royal Marines veteran who went missing from Bury St Edmunds 10 months ago said they are 'devastated' after police announced his death. John Dick had been missing from the Bury area and was last seen in Harwich, Essex, on November 30 last year.

suffolknews.co.uk ,  11h 6
Family of missing veteran who went missing from Bury St Edmunds 10 months ago 'devastated' after Essex Police announce his death

Police searching for missing man from Buckhurst Hill find body

A body was found in Knighton Woods on Monday (Credit: Google Maps) Police officers looking for a missing man from Buckhurst Hill have suspended their search after a body was found. Dean Parker, 32, was reported missing from the area at around 9.35pm on Saturday, 25 September.

time1075.net ,  15h 3
Police searching for missing man from Buckhurst Hill find body

Work to improve women’s safety in Essex ramps up

ESSEX County Council’s Safety Advisory Group (SAG) will be joined by key partners at a bespoke event this Thursday (30 September) to discuss and plan the collaborative action needed to address women’s safety across the county. The SAG was established in May this year with the aim of identifying the changes and action needed to protect women against violence and to reduce the fear of violence.

yourharlow.com ,  18h 0
Work to improve women’s safety in Essex ramps up

Two men try to drag woman out of car at crossing in attempted kidnap

TWO men tried to drag a woman out of her car after she stopped at a zebra crossing in a terrifying kidnap attempt. The woman was waiting at the crossing in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, when she was ambushed by the thugs. They attempted to pull her from her car during the horror between 6pm and 7pm on Sunday.

thescottishsun.co.uk ,  18h 33
Two men try to drag woman out of car at crossing in attempted kidnap

Essex crime: Police investigating after men tried to pull woman out of her at a zebra crossing in Leigh-on-Sea

An official investigation is now underway A woman in Essex was saved by members of the public after two men tried to abduct her from her car. The incident happened on Rectory Grove, Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, between 6pm and 7pm on Sunday (September 26). Essex Police said a woman had been sat at a zebra crossing opposite the Church in Rectory Grove when two men approached her vehicle.

essexlive.news ,  19h 19
Essex crime: Police investigating after men tried to pull woman out of her at a zebra crossing in Leigh-on-Sea

Police move on 24 drinkers from town centre under another dispersal order

DRINKERS were ordered to leave the town centre as officers used a dispersal order for the second weekend running to combat anti-social behaviour. Essex Police put a 48-hour order in place covering Colchester town centre from 6pm on Friday until 6pm on Sunday. The order was put in place to prevent crime and disorder after several reports of violence across the previous three weekends.

gazette-news.co.uk ,  21h 0
Police move on 24 drinkers from town centre under another dispersal order

Councillor calls for clampdown on thugs after "horrendous" robbery

A CONCERNED councillor has called for police to clampdown on troublemakers in Walton following a “horrendous” early morning robbery. Police are appealing for witnesses after a teenage girl was punched in the face by a woman during the vicious incident, which happened on Monday, September 13.

clactonandfrintongazette.co.uk ,  21h 3
Councillor calls for clampdown on thugs after

Fuel shortages: Police tell public to stop calling about petrol station queues

Some regional forces start contingency planning but police vehicles currently unaffected, senior officers say UK eases competition rules for fuel industry as petrol stations run dry Police have appealed for drivers to stop calling them about queues at petrol stations as shortages continue. Some forces are starting to draw up contingency plans for refuelling vehicles, but national leaders say there has not yet been an impact on the ability to respond to crime.

independent.co.uk ,  1d 0
Fuel shortages: Police tell public to stop calling about petrol station queues

Missing: 32-year-old man from Buckhurst Hill

Dean Parker was reported missing on Saturday (credit: Essex Police) Essex Police are appealing for help in finding a missing man from Buckhurst Hill. Dean Parker was reported missing on Saturday, 25 September just after 9.35pm. Police are concerned for his welfare. The 32-year-old has been described as white, 6ft 1ins tall, slim, with short brown curly hair, and wears glasses.

time1075.net ,  1d 2
Missing: 32-year-old man from Buckhurst Hill

Four teenagers rushed to hospital with 'serious injuries' after car crashes into tree

They suffered 'serious' injuries in the collision Four teenagers have been rushed to hospital after a car crashed into a tree on an Essex country road late at night. Emergency services were called to Ongar Road, Stondon Massey, near Brentwood, in the early hours of the morning on Saturday (September 25), following reports of a car colliding with a tree.

essexlive.news ,  1d 54
Four teenagers rushed to hospital with 'serious injuries' after car crashes into tree

Teenage girl punched in face in early morning robbery in Walton

A TEENAGE girl was punched in the face by a woman during an early morning robbery in Walton. Police are appealing for witnesses following the vicious incident, which happened on Monday, September 13. Details of the attack, during which the victim’s purse and phone were taken, were not released by the police until today.

gazette-news.co.uk ,  1d 11
Teenage girl punched in face in early morning robbery in Walton