Hither Green burglar death flowers 'an insult'

It was a busy weekend for Toledo Police

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Mr Osborn-Brooks was released without charge after being arrested by police, who say he will face no action.

The War of the Flowers is continuing in Hither Green as people keep removing floral tributes to the dead burglar.

The family, who have identified themselves as Gypsies, said they were being treated differently due to their backgrounds and said they wanted to remember Vincent as a brother, son and friend and "a good man".

The bloody handprints authorities found on the outside trim of a bathroom window show that, "with bloodied hands", Autumn tried to climb out and escape the home she lived in with Colin Haag III in Bristol Township, Pennsylvania (about 26 miles northeast of Philadelphia), prosecutors said.

Since then, neighbours of Mr Osborn-Brooks and friends of the deceased criminal have waged an argument over whether it is appropriate for the tribute to remain outside the pensioner's home.

He said: "It was a residential area they were placing flowers on".

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She added: "If this was a black boy there would be a riot".

An inquest into Vincent's death is expected to get underway next week.

One tribute, thought to have been left by the dad-of-four's young daughter, said: 'Strangers can say what they like about you they don't no who you was so I don't care.

Yesterday detectives released an image of the second suspect they want to trace in connection with the incident.

Speaking at the scene on Tuesday, a woman claiming to be Vincent's aunt said the family will "never come back" if the bouquets are left intact. "I love him. He shouldn't be arrested".

"It's disgusting. He [Vincent] is not a victim, he walked into someone's house", she said.

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"It is quite stark and you can't help but feel it looks a bit confrontational".

Billy Jeeves, 28, allegedly joined intruder Henry Vincent, 37, in breaking into the property in Hither Green, London on April 4.

"Police also want to hear from anybody who may have seen his vehicle, a white Vauxhall Astra van with registration GU52 AXT - in the days and hours before and after the burglary".

In January, Mr Jeeves and Mr Vincent were named and pictured by Kent Police in connection with an investigation into a distraction burglary on a man in his 70s.

The van was found burnt out and destroyed on April 7 in Star Lane, near Hockingdon Lane in Orpington, Kent.

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