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Police Incident at Tabard House - Murder Investigation

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Monday 24 May 2004 9.36am
Last night at least 5 police cars and three ambulances were called to Tabard House on Prioress Street (By Bricklayers Arms and the Jam Factory)

The Ambulances left empty after an hour or so to be replaced by seven or so detectives clutching red folders. They stayed til at least 6.00 this morning and a car was taken away by truck. The officers were also wearing blue plastic gloves.

There is currently a WPC on guard....

Wonder what has happened - sounds like a murder?

Post edited (24 May 04 13:07)
Monday 24 May 2004 10.33am
Sounds like Repo Man to me. Dominic has spotted the laydee aliens with his telescope and called the police, but it was too late because Otto and his gang of punks have taken them away over the pavements on bicycles to safety with their long fingers pointing to the skies.

...there's plenty more c**** in the cup.
Monday 24 May 2004 10.36am
Seriously though......

It was pretty full on.
Monday 24 May 2004 12.57pm
Thanks to Dave's tip-off I have been in touch with the Scotland Yard press office. See our news story on this incident:

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Monday 24 May 2004 1.08pm
Thought it was something like that.....
Monday 24 May 2004 2.44pm
Is "Tabard House" the Victorian former school now converted into apartments?

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Monday 24 May 2004 2.48pm
The police statement described it as the Tabard Centre, which is the converted school

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Monday 24 May 2004 4.53pm
Yup that's the one, just opposite the tower block on Bricklayers Arms
Monday 24 May 2004 5.35pm
I just walked past the building on my way to the recycling containers and there is still police on the premises.
Monday 24 May 2004 5.39pm
is it affecting traffic flow in the area Maurits?
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