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Dead burglar family clash with police and local as they mark his birthday

The family of Henry Vincent the burglar who was fatally wounded have today clashed with locals and the police as they attempted to celebrate his 38th Birthday outside the house 78-year-old Richard Osborn-Brooks.

It was reported in the Mirror that 20 women and teens arrived at the house today wearing shades, scarves and hoodies to hide their faces, they clashed with police on the scene and angered local residents who are being intimidated and harassed by the entire incident.

The clashes broke out after officers requested the family to move birthday flowers, cards and balloons which were laid and attached to fences, signs and lampposts on Hither Green in London to celebrate Vincent’s birthday.

Mr Osborn-Brooks and his wife Maureen aged 76 who suffers dementia were awoken by two burglars in their home at 12.45am before Osborn-Brooks was forced in the kitchen and overpowered one of the burglars and took his own weapon off him to defend himself while another intruder who remains on the run headed for Maureen who was laid in bed.

They have been placed in a safe house for their own safety.

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