Wanted man detained in Palmerston Road after attempting to flee officers

Wanted man detained after attempting to flee officers

Wanted man detained after attempting to flee officers

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A WANTED man was detained by police after attempting to flee from officers this morning.

A 36-year-old was detained in Palmerston Road on suspicion of theft at 10.30am and is now helping police with their inquiries.

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1:05pm Tue 17 Jun 14

jpm2067 says...

Is this really news Echo? Are you going to post a story after every wanted person in the Bournemouth/Dorset area is caught, arrested and helping the police with inquiries....there is absolutely no story here whatsoever!
Is this really news Echo? Are you going to post a story after every wanted person in the Bournemouth/Dorset area is caught, arrested and helping the police with inquiries....there is absolutely no story here whatsoever! jpm2067
  • Score: 11

1:21pm Tue 17 Jun 14

bogtrotter says...

Is the story part missing here? Was the first part of it simply a line saying, 'Wanted man on the run, police are looking for him'?
Is the story part missing here? Was the first part of it simply a line saying, 'Wanted man on the run, police are looking for him'? bogtrotter
  • Score: 5

2:01pm Tue 17 Jun 14

AmsterdamMan says...

Must be a really slow day at the paper today...if every local rag reported every arrest made in their neighbourhoods then the papers would resemble telephone directories...try getting out a bit and investigate and report on things that affect everyday people.
Must be a really slow day at the paper today...if every local rag reported every arrest made in their neighbourhoods then the papers would resemble telephone directories...try getting out a bit and investigate and report on things that affect everyday people. AmsterdamMan
  • Score: 6

2:49pm Tue 17 Jun 14

nothingtofear says...

Agree with the previous posters. This is only really a story if the man arrested was wanted having been suspected of committing a serious offence(s).
Agree with the previous posters. This is only really a story if the man arrested was wanted having been suspected of committing a serious offence(s). nothingtofear
  • Score: 3

3:38pm Tue 17 Jun 14

djd says...

Was he wanted before the police chased him or did they chase him and then he became wanted ?
Come on Echo, you can do better than this.
Was he wanted before the police chased him or did they chase him and then he became wanted ? Come on Echo, you can do better than this. djd
  • Score: 6

4:26pm Tue 17 Jun 14

Lord Spring says...

Thanks for that now I know what was going on being a nosey so and so.
Could we have local FM radio station giving broadcasts on all shouts as they happen. might then crack down on crime in the area with more eye witnesses recalling what happened .
There is a thought Mr Crime Commissionaire
Thanks for that now I know what was going on being a nosey so and so. Could we have local FM radio station giving broadcasts on all shouts as they happen. might then crack down on crime in the area with more eye witnesses recalling what happened . There is a thought Mr Crime Commissionaire Lord Spring
  • Score: 0

8:31pm Tue 17 Jun 14

JustForPoole says...

Lord Spring wrote:
Thanks for that now I know what was going on being a nosey so and so.
Could we have local FM radio station giving broadcasts on all shouts as they happen. might then crack down on crime in the area with more eye witnesses recalling what happened .
There is a thought Mr Crime Commissionaire
It is irresponsible to put "crack down on crime in the area" and "Mr Crime Commissionaire" in the same sentence ... assuming of course you are talking about our very own waste of space Mr Martyn Underhill.
[quote][p][bold]Lord Spring[/bold] wrote: Thanks for that now I know what was going on being a nosey so and so. Could we have local FM radio station giving broadcasts on all shouts as they happen. might then crack down on crime in the area with more eye witnesses recalling what happened . There is a thought Mr Crime Commissionaire[/p][/quote]It is irresponsible to put "crack down on crime in the area" and "Mr Crime Commissionaire" in the same sentence ... assuming of course you are talking about our very own waste of space Mr Martyn Underhill. JustForPoole
  • Score: 2

10:47pm Tue 17 Jun 14

hooplaa says...

Wow that was such a long read i had to have a break in between as my eyes were getting sore! Award winning newspaper on top form as usual
Wow that was such a long read i had to have a break in between as my eyes were getting sore! Award winning newspaper on top form as usual hooplaa
  • Score: 7

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