Found Deceased UK - Sarah Everard, 33, London - Clapham Common area, 3 March 2021 *Arrests* #13

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  1. BryterLayter

    BryterLayter Well-Known Member

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    ....Being kind to herself by having some peace and quiet with an Irish coffee hopefully! Thanks again for your past updates LeopardLeotard, much appreciated!
     
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    The only place searched in Dover was the former family garage as far as I know. If we accept that the tunnels were an unrelated exercise by KFRS.
     
  3. Skigh

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    Could they on duty inside the house overnight?
     
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    Burlgar deterrant? Althugh not if the lights are on ALL night maybe! I used to set a timer for lights when house was empty.
     
  5. LeopardLeotard

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    Lol, no Irish coffee, just paracetamol and fresh orange which I have to say is a little dull.
    As always very welcome, but all quiet here so not much to report xx
     
  6. Fiercelobster

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    Are you saying the more detailed reporting has less detail? :p

    I think Dover is such a specific place to mention, and not a place already under discussion, that I would personally take it as a fairly solid bit of info. JMO.
     
  7. Stella123

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    The article mentions all the places in Dover searched, including the tunnels - but mentions "a building in Dover". That may not have been revealed to press or anyone. As hire car was from Dover and the building was searched on the day of arrest, there may be a link IMO.

    Edit: Just read your post above and trying to think where I read the hire car was supposed to be from Dover .....
     
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    For security, I guess the people in the police van may need to use the toilet if allowed, also police sitting in a van all night outside a house with no lights on may make other local residents (not yourself) feel a bit unnerved.
     
  9. LeopardLeotard

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    You could see someone walking or sitting in there, ceiling light so v bright, nets, but like I say curtains open x
     
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    To clarify, I mean if there was, you would be able to see them clearly through window xx
     
  12. Lod76

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    Of course the loss of a parent can be traumatic and cause dramatic behavioural changes in someone. Yes you would have to already have such inclinations, but it's quite possible the loss of stability and change in dynamics could affect someone negatively and cause them to act on urges they'd previously suppressed. I thought this was quite common in offenders but then I'm no criminologist.

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    I doubt it very much from what I know of triggers.
    MOO MOO
     
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    I had thought of a timer, but the lights went off after forensics left every night when the fences were up, I don't know why they would bother putting one in after.
    Also re light, the house has a lamppost directly outside xxx
     
  15. ashford5

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    Haha! No I’m saying that a report following disclosure of details in court is bound to be more accurate than reports from the preceding days where a lot of “a source said” or “it is believed” was printed
     
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    The KL article doesn’t mention the garage which is why I assume “the property” is the garage?

    The car being from Dover was mentioned in lots of MSM reports last week.
     
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    I think that all turns on 'search'

    Policed do not need to search when visiting businesses, seeing records and securing evidence. They just ask for cooperation from the manager/owner.

    Now, nothing much has been said about the hire car, other than one features in the investigation. There has been no appeal for sightings. Nothing will be made public now before the trial.

    So we don't know where the car was hired, or what the location of the hire could mean (did he for example hire it in London or Kent? When hired, and when (and where) returned? JMO. I expect investigators got all that info early on
     
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