Diary: Clarification

Our man at the Yard tells us that the Met is not as laissez faire as we may have thought. Last week’s story about Mainland PR’s burglary suggested the police had sent a DIY fingerprint kit rather than making a visit themselves to check for evidence. In fact, forensics were sent to the scene of the crime, although corporate PR man Ralph Jackson, who shares an office with Mainland, was sent a DIY kit so that he could eliminate himself from the investigation.

Our man at the Yard tells us that the Met is not as laissez faire

as we may have thought. Last week’s story about Mainland PR’s burglary

suggested the police had sent a DIY fingerprint kit rather than making a

visit themselves to check for evidence. In fact, forensics were sent to

the scene of the crime, although corporate PR man Ralph Jackson, who

shares an office with Mainland, was sent a DIY kit so that he could

eliminate himself from the investigation.



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