Discussion in 'Crimes in the News' started by MsMiniSleuth, Sep 21, 2021.
This post has nothing whatsoever to do with the accused legal status. He has got every right to live and work in this country as anyone else. I think you have misunderstood.
My point was that maybe police were doing a routine check on car wash places in relation to other police procedure as it took a long time that day to arrest him.
It seems from further reading that the check was not random as his car was under surveillance. It is also said that he used the car for takeaway delivery so would not have come with his new garage job.
'Fast-food delivery driver' is quizzed over Sabina Nessa murder
The police did mention trying to hide something up his sleeve...and its true that in the cctv clips you don't see his right arm bend
So, with all due respect, what do car washes and slavery have to do with the case? Have I missed something about car washes? It's entirely possible because I've not been able to keep up with every post here today, so please do fill me in if I have misunderstood/missed something.
The discussion about Eastbourne having certain areas for drugs and trafficking is about three pages behind. Police will often check nail bars and car washes for this kind of activity as sadly these are main places. It seems that the police didn't pick up on finding the car randomly though when doing basic car checks at garages as first thought so can count that theory out. They had excellent CCTV and number plate recognition to track him down from his London activities back to Eastbourne.
The reference to car washes came from the information we learnt about the accused having a job in a garage and discussion about what he might have done ,including valeting and car washing.
The slavery idea has been dismissed.
Yes that one would be about the length of a forearm and would extend to about 2 feet. I've never seen the need for a steering wheel lock before but you do see them used on quite low value cars.
Ah, okay. So I didn't miss anything.
Police are searching in Tunbridge Wells now for some clues to Sabrina's murder.
Sabina Nessa police searching land in Tunbridge Wells
The farm being searched is going to take a few days. Nothing has been mentioned as to what police are searching for. I would only assume the murder weapon. Sabina Nessa police search woodland more than 30 miles from scene of murder
Tunbridge Wells area? Strange ! Wonder what sent police there?
I remember when they were first looking for him they mentioned Kent
Tunbridge is on the way back to Eastbourne from London.
Could the alleged have been living in London at the time and skipped back to Eastbourne to lay low?
I wonder whether the other 2 arrested (released under investigation) could have been housemates/room mates or 1 could have been the registered owner of the car?
Perhaps the alleged had 'use of the car' as mentioned, in order to do food deliveries in London in the evenings?
Just a few 'out loud' thoughts.
Tunbridge Wells is on the eastbourne route but not directly from London. This area is local to me .I too have wondered about the first 2 arrested as I believe they were both arrested at addresses in Lewisham? Could they both have lived at the same address together in Lewisham? Could he have been staying with them on and off? JMO
Good points, also about the wheel lock too.
Maybe he stopped the car, got rid of wheel lock/weapon en route home?
How do the Police have this information though? To be searching in one specific area of what is a long route back to Eastbourne?
Maybe he was camping out there to hide from the police and someone reported seeing him in the area.
Police could have traced him there via his phone.
They could be looking for a weapon, a possession of Sabina 's, bloodstained clothing of his which he threw away.
Since the make and model of his car was shown someone could have reported it being parked there.
Just looked on a map and the location is on the A21 route which you would join on leaving the M25/M26 from London so not exactly in Tunbridge Wells but on the right route to get back to Eastbourne.