Published: Thu, April 12, 2018
Global | By Enrique Rogers

Police release image of Hither Green burglary suspect

Police release image of Hither Green burglary suspect

On Tuesday, Elvina Lee, who said she was Mr Vincent's cousin, defended him, saying he "wasn't a murderer, he wasn't a rapist - they're putting him as a monster".

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

Saverimuthu Augustine, 78, said some of the tributes had been attached to his property.

"I do not want anyone to feel intimidated or that they are not being allowed to respond in a dignified way to a tragic death".

On Tuesday, the only tribute left on the fence was a teddy bear containing an emotional note from Mr Vincent's children.

"I think that it's really sad that someone's died and I think it's not their fault that he's died and it's up to them to grieve for him however they want to do it".

The 78-year-old was arrested on suspicion of murder, but has since been released by the Metropolitan Police and has been told that he will not face any charges.

Scotland Yard officers are still hunting 28-year-old Jeeves, who is wanted on suspicion of aggravated burglary in connection with the incident. If the family want to lay flowers, that's fine but it feels weird.

Police said they would need to receive a complaint from the owner of the fence where the flowers are being attached to take action. Most neighbours are reluctant to talk publicly, for fear of being drawn into a dispute that may not be over.

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Theresa Webb, 43, a consultant nutritional therapist who lives on the road said the community are "mourning the loss of a life" but their first thoughts are with Richard and his wife.

According to the Mirror Online, Mr Osborn-Brooks and his wife have been forced to stay away under police protection. "There were 101 bouquets down there", she added.

"I do [feel bad for Vincent's family]".

But the whole memorial was down again within 20 minutes, removed by a man who called it an "insult" to Mr Osborn-Brooks.

Angry locals tore down a tribute to Vincent, who died after suffering a stab wound at the home of Mr Osborn-Brooks in Hither Green, South London, earlier this month.

The accomplice attempted to carry Vincent to a van after the stabbing at about 1am last Wednesday but gave up and drove off in Hither Green, south-east London.

Regarding Vincent she said: "He was like a brother to me, he loved his family and his three babies".

His burnt-out Vauxhall Astra van was found on Saturday in St Mary Cray, near Orpington, Kent.

Both Vincent and Jeeves were already being sought for questioning by Kent Police following a series of burglaries in Farningham in January.

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