Peter Tobin Murder case- REME capbdge

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  1. Here's the accompanying statement :D

    Somehow, I don't think these "detectives" are going to get very far...
  2. Bugger, it looks just like my one! Perhaps I should leave the coun.....
  3. Looks a bit like an officer's capbadge to me (certainly not staybrite). That narrows it down a bit - particularly if his name is Christopher. Cunning chaps, these detectives.
  4. No, thats a beret badge, and therefore not an Officer's.
  5. Blokeonabike

    Correct of course. I should have looked more closely before making smartarsed observations! (But I still reckon it is bi-metal, rather than staybrite).
  6. Narrows it down to what? A few hundred thousand people? Have you heard yourself?
  7. Sarcasm, my dear chap, sarcasm.....
  8. I had a St Christoper identical to that...but I am pretty sure I was not murdered and raped...

    I will ask the wife when I get home if I was burried under the patio..
  9. I think the point being made is, how many REME females have gone AWOL with no trace during the period of interest?
  10. Why would you need to rape a REME bint. The few I've met (that weren't lezzers) were more than happy to put out ;)

    But that could be down to the rohypnol?
  11. I think it's the strangling and burying under the patio bit they tend to object to. Even REME birds aren't that kinky.
  12. I dont know about that, none of the birds Ive strangled and buried have ever complained about it afterwards
  13. Me niether as it happens.
  14. Command_doh

    Command_doh LE Book Reviewer

    I would have thought that narrowing it down to just the REME birds gone missing without a trace during the 'serial killer' period they have discussed would negate the need to have a public appeal. Maybe it belonged to someone who's old man was serving and kept it as a souvenir?