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Trixybird is offline  
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11-04-2007, 06:16 PM

A friend was mugged today : (

I have a friend who has has agoraphobia, she rarely goes out and has recently been troubled by a number of issues. So her and her husband decided to move to a quiet village 2 weeks ago. They were so made up with their new home and the really lovely quiet village they have moved too.

Well I have just heard that today her oh returned to work after the Easter Break, and she plucked up courage to go over the road to the shops... barely any distance at all!!!

She was attacked by 2 youths, and there was another sitting in a car nearby... they stole her handbag, well they ripped the handbag from her, she was left with the strap only!!

The bar stewards have her mobile phone, home keys, purse with money and credit cards, but the most saddening thing was a St Christopher that belonged to her son... who died at the age of 20

The police were alerted, and managed to get her back into her home.. and you know what.. she didn't want to worry her oh and waited until he came home.

So please wish and hope with me that they find the culprits and string them up by their ?????????
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11-04-2007, 06:30 PM
what a bunch of little gits!!..Can't they just get jobs!!!!!

I hope your friend is ok.. and that she doesn't let these little gits beat her! ..
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11-04-2007, 06:39 PM
Awwwww i hope your friend is ok what a shock for her and it must of took a lot of guts for her to go out and that happens i just hope thay find the little b------.Sending hugs to your friend Tracy
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11-04-2007, 06:43 PM
Sorry to hear about your Friend,my Sister suffers from agrophobia this must be such a set back for her.Sending her best wishes.Hope they get the rotten little b******s.
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11-04-2007, 06:53 PM
Oh that is awful,
I hope your friend is ok and they find the little ******
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11-04-2007, 06:57 PM
How awful for her To think she moved to a quiet villiage for a better life and some little toe rags do this to her

This will probably knock her back years

I'm hoping and praying that the police catch these b'stards
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11-04-2007, 07:01 PM
That is so bad, the little peep peeps. Why do they think they can just take other peoples things.
I hope she is ok and doesn't put her back to much.
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11-04-2007, 07:28 PM
Originally Posted by Trixybird View Post
So please wish and hope with me that they find the culprits and string them up by their ?????????
Gladly Tracy - trouble is, scum like this don't actually have any....

Hope your friend recovers - but by the sounds of it it'll take some time
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11-04-2007, 07:33 PM
So sorry to hear this has happened to your friend and hope it doesn't set her back too much. Hope they fling the book at the little b-gg-rs.
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11-04-2007, 07:50 PM
thats so sad to hear T.................even if they catch them her nerves will be shattered

bless her thats an awful thing to have to go through

hugs xx
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