Tuesday, 14 June 2011

There's been a murder!

Sit down, I've got some bad news...... there's been a murder! 

I was walking along enjoying my evening outing yesterday and horror of horrors I spotted this...

He will be OK won't he?

I only know a couple of bears - Henry (@henryandfriends) and Berkeley (@BearBerkeley) on Twitter so I was immediately concerned for their welfare. I knew it wasn't Berkeley because he lives in a different country, but Henry was absent from Twitter for a few hours, so I was worried he might have been the victim. It's OK though, I had a tweet from Henry to say that he hadn't been murdered. 

The victim remains unidentified, so I have decided to investigate the murder. No evidence at the scene...

CSI Millie Dog on the case
The worrying thing is that it's not the first time this has happened. A few weeks ago I found this on one of the paths in the park!

Evidence of previous crime

Today I decided to go back to the scene of the original crime to see if there were any clues, but the path has been blocked off. (Suspicious or what?!)

Crime scene ahead
I went round the trees to the other side of the field and it's all been fenced off and there is DIGGING there now. (The body chalk outline was near the big tree and the blue box thing in the photo) Could there be more bodies???

Crime Scene Investigation

I thought I'd better keep my head down & sniff around quietly in case the murderer was still about (my main suspect is the nasty German Shepherd who keeps trying to kill me!).

Sniffer Dog
I think I found a clue, it was in the same field as the body chalk outline!

Is this a clue?

Later on, we saw a troop of soldiers marching in the park and they were heading towards the murder scene! (Incidentally, on the other side of the wall they are marching past there is a CEMETERY!)

Army drafted in to help
I don't seem to be getting very far, so if there are any witnesses or if anyone thinks they might have information that may help, please contact me - I'll be in my office....

Collating the evidence
As they used to say at the end of BBC Crimewatch "Don't have nightmares, do sleep well"!