Mr Dearsley blamed the government, adding: 'I was told the police didn't have the resources to investigate the case.'
He had filled out the online form under a new Crime Assessment Policy that came into force last year.
Police reviewed his report and decided to close the case due to the lack of CCTV, witnesses, suspects and 'forensic opportunities.'You know what, I'm not going to castigate the police here. What are they supposed to do, with so little information to go on? I mean...
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