Teenage girl arrested as part of The Hides murder investigation
Crime / Sat 13th Nov 2021 at 01:05pm
OFFICERS investigating the murder of a man in Harlow have made a further arrest.
A man in his 20s died following an assault at an address in The Hides at around 5.40pm on Monday 8 November.
They continue to believe this was a targeted attack.
A 17-year-old girl from Harlow was arrested yesterday, Friday 12 November, on suspicion of assisting an offender. She remains in custody.
Three men – two aged 18 and the other aged 23 – who were arrested on suspicion of murder in Bournemouth remain in custody also.
If you have any information you can submit a report online at https://www.essex.police.uk or use the ‘Live Chat’ button to speak to an online operator between 7am-11pm.
Please quote incident 884 of 8 November.
You can also call us on 101 or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Lock the bastards up and throw the key away.
Mick I agree with your comment but unfortunately there are too many hand wringing, do-gooding apologising social worker types that believe these scum have challenging behaviour and are not bad people because society does not "understand them" and that is why this country is in such a mess.
Jerry Jerry, shortsighted is an understatement on your part. You are quick to point the finger despite having no substance to back up your, let's call it, laughable analysis. It may surprise you or go as far to blow your simple mind that Social Workers are not the only professionals involved when managing with challenging and violent behaviours. Will leave you to ponder on that thought It. It is people like you Jerry, narrow minded and judgemental without taking time to actually think about the nonsense you allow to come out of your mouth "that is why the country is in mess". Simpleton!
If I was to blame anyone it would be the government and the way this country has been run for years, we are in such a economical mess that it now requires 2 parents to be out working just to run a house and pay the bills, this leaves no-one at home to receive the children when they come home from school with their daily problems and at that age there are a lot, be it racial, sexual, study stress or a number of other things, there is nobody to advise or guide these youngsters in the right direction, instead they rely on their peers which as we know is never a good idea, so I think it goes a lot deeper than any of the last posters reasons to be honest.