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Police....Has anyone experienced this?

queenlush Avatar
6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
Hiya
i'll make this as short as possible. Ive been out most of the weekend, but last night hubby went to the shop and our neighbour collared him. She told him that on Friday morning after we had all gone to work a police van and car pulled up outside and about 6 police were hammering on my front and back door. The neighbour came out to see what was going on because it sounded like they were kicking my doors in. They then started asking her questions about who lived in my house and then described a male to her and gave a name that i'd never heard of. and said someone had told them that he was staying at my address. She informed them that she had never seen anyone fitting that description at my house and that we never had any strangers staying, and gave our names to the police.

My worry is that they will come back again while i'm out at work and kick my doors in for real. I've never heard of the person they are looking for, and it's embarrassing to have police at the door anyway. I've no idea which police station they have come from so i can't phone up to see what is going on.
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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
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1 Like #1
Phone your local police station as a place to start.
#2
What have you done now ?? :whistling:
#3
A question to be raised with the Chief Constable in your area I think
1 Like #4
Phone the local police station, and say what you have just said here.
#5
up to no good again :-p
[mod] 1 Like #6
That seems really strange, I can understand why you are concerned.

To be honest, if it was me I'd take the bull by the horns and go and see the police to find out what its all about. (as mentioned by everyone above)

Take control of the situation, the alternative is to be constantly worrying about if / when they will call again. ((hugs))
#7
Squelds
What have you done now ?? :whistling:


Lol nothing ...honest :whistling:
#8
Sounds like someone has give a false address when they have been lifted.We were getting the same for some time,the five o kept coming for some guy that had give our address,me ma got that ****** off she went to the local station to get this amended.
#9
greg_68
Phone your local police station as a place to start.


tinkerbell28
Phone the local police station, and say what you have just said here.


Might be a good idea .............. :roll:
1 Like #10
Phone your local station, explain just as you have done so above and they will point you in the right direction. As scary as it sounds you can't live day to day worrying what you're going to find when you get home. We have people coming into my work all the time who have had the police at their door (though I work for criminal defence lawyers) a lot of the time the police really do want them but sometimes they don't and have wrong address. Phone them as soon as you can to get it cleared up. Good luck!
#11
yep-call your local station and express your concern-sounds to me like the got the wrong address and have realised their mistake. If they were at back and front door and mob handed,they would have been back by now methinks.

also,if they hadnt realised their mistake,I reckon they would have gone into the house whether you were there or not-coming mob handed means they were after something serious-they arent gonna let your neighbour tip you off and get rid of evidence if you were the REAL address they were after.
#12
Call your local police station, find out what's going on and cooperate with them to prevent what looks like bad police intelligence save you having a police van at your to-be broken in door.

And to answer your question, no I have not.
Hope everything works out.
#13
Its not beyond question that they may be acting on incorrect info.
I have had police knock at my door 3 times in the last year saying they have had an indication that an alarm is going off.
Each time there are at least 4 officers. I have no doubt that they are acting on information recieved but someone (alarm comapany or whoever), has entered details for the wrong address. I feel sorry for the person who may have the alarm going off though as the police are unlikely to attend there if they are coming to me.
#14
greg_68
Phone your local police station as a place to start.


tinkerbell28
Phone the local police station, and say what you have just said here.



millarcat

go and see the police to find out what its all about. (as mentioned by everyone above)



baxterboy
she went to the local station to get this amended.


kaks26
Phone your local station

barky
call your local station

Scar
Call your local police station

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#15
hAVE YOU CALLED EM YET.. lOCAL POLICE STATION? (Oops, ignore capslock.)
#16
Ok i've just phoned and they were really nice. She checked my address and nothing flagged up. Then i've just had someone phone me asking me did i know this person and how long i've been at my address. She then said "i can't give you any details, but you have nothing to worry about" so thanks guys, i'm a bit more relaxed now. :-D
#17
queenlush
Ok i've just phoned and they were really nice. She checked my address and nothing flagged up. Then i've just had someone phone me asking me did i know this person and how long i've been at my address. She then said "i can't give you any details, but you have nothing to worry about" so thanks guys, i'm a bit more relaxed now. :-D


........and probably best to get rid of the 'exotic' plants just in case :w00t:
banned#18
WoolyM
........and probably best to get rid of the 'exotic' plants just in case :w00t:


And the £20 notes on the clothes line! :w00t:
#19
WoolyM
........and probably best to get rid of the 'exotic' plants just in case :w00t:


I wish! ...........i can't grow anything lol
#20
jellybaby22
same thing to me a couple of times.... they were looking for someone else..but why is it when the police come to your door you start feeling gulity... :oops: or maybe thats just me :p


It's not just you :thumbsup: Parents evening used to make me feel like a kid again too, there is still something scary about teachers.
#21
guv
And the £20 notes on the clothes line! :w00t:


You must be in a good area if you can hang yours on the clothes line. :w00t:
banned#22
WoolyM
You must be in a good area if you can hang yours on the clothes line. :w00t:


Wow...... Can't you? I never go out unless my wedge is nice and clean!:-D
#23
guv
Wow...... Can't you? I never go out unless my wedge is nice and clean!:-D


:p
#24
Check for damage on the doors and get the coppers to cough up.
#25
diabeticguy
Check for damage on the doors and get the coppers to cough up.


There is no obvious damage. I think they were just knocking really hard. It just sounded like they were kicking it in i think.
#26
Set up a booby trap in case they come knocking again :thumbsup:
#27
lol police intelligence asking the neighbours after trying to bash down the door......well done idiots (police)
#28
buy plenty of food , barricade your door, get some weapons peashooter and catapult should do, get on your camo gear and balaclava and be ready in waiting..........



in all seriousness I would get my ass down to the police station demanding answers

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