...what was he doing out of prison
in the first place?
Detective Inspector Guy Shimmons from Dorset Police said: “Rennie is a dangerous man and because he poses a threat to the public due to the crimes he has committed, he must be caught as a matter of urgency.”
Can't have been that dangerous, or our hotshot prison authorities would never have released him to a 'treatment centre', surely?
Community safety spokesman for Weymouth and Portland Borough Council Ian James said that he hoped Rennie could be found as quickly as possible.
He said: “I really feel awful at the moment because the crime figures in Weymouth are going down but we suffer with the fear of crime and obviously when we have something like this we want to get him back in custody as soon as possible.
“I just hope the police can catch up with him.”
He added: “Weymouth is a very safe place to live.”
'Was', Ian. Was
'Dangerous Man' is qualified in the detail that all his crimes are elderly specific.
'Cowardly Man' seems far more appropriate to me - but I have no tick box quotas to meet.
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"'Cowardly Man' seems far more appropriate to me - but I have no tick box quotas to meet."
It's a wonder they could spare the time from their busy days of harassing photographers to look anyway...
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