Kingston Police have released possibilities the most epic social media appeal for wanted suspected burglar Tracey Dyke.
They urge Tracy to ‘stop ignoring us’ and that they’ve ‘come round to see you a numbe or times’ but it looks like ‘you’d rather not speak to us’
They go on to say they are a friendly bunch who take pride in reducing crime within Kingston Town and have become ‘We have a slight suspicion that you might be blanking us #Awkward. You don’t text, you don’t call back and haven’t accepted our friend request’
They posted on Facebook
“Please can you stop ignoring us…
“Dear Tracey Dyke,
“We have come round to see you a number of times recently but it looks like you’d rather not speak to us, which is very disappointing.
“We are a friendly bunch here at Kingston Police, I’m sure our followers will vouch for this. We take pride in reducing crime in Kingston and work hard to keep our residents safe.
“We have a slight suspicion that you might be blanking us #Awkward. You don’t text, you don’t call back and haven’t accepted our friend request .
“Our Detectives currently have you as a suspect for multiple burglaries in Kingston, where sadly vulnerable victims have been targeted – this has left them traumatised and very upset.
“We won’t stand for this and want to have a discussion with you at our custody suite in Kingston.
“You have two options:
“Hand yourself in at the Police Station or Give us a call on 101 and we’ll come and pick you up.
“In the mean time, we shall be asking our friends on our social media pages to share this post which will then be seen by thousands of local people.
“Our advice to them will be to call 999 if you are seen which will get a rapid response from our officers.
“The public also have an option to call our Detectives directly on (07881 352381) to pass any information on in confidence.
“So I’m sure you’ll understand its best to pop in or give us a call straight away.
“Looking forward to seeing you soon and happy new year….
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