While witches, zombies or vampires can be entertaining on the big screen, they should never find themselves in police reports
(PRWEB UK) 2 October 2014
As reported by the article publishes on BBC News’ official website, dated 22 July 2014: Witches, zombies and ghosts reported to police, and based on a Freedom of Information (FOI) request, the numbers, which show the reasons people contact the police about, say that that the police was called about sightings of 15 ghosts, 55 witches and 2 zombies. The largest number of supposed paranormal activities was recorded in Birmingham East, while the smallest number was recorded in Birmingham South. Also, the figures have shown growth in the past few years. There were 17 in 2011, 24 in 2012 and 30 in 2013. Even though nearly all categories are reported regularly every year, zombies were only reported in 2013. Police spokesman Billy Corrigan said that ghost, zombies and witches are often included in their reports. He also went on to say that, while this statistic may seem entertaining, there could be some deeply-troubled individuals behind the calls. So far, six reports have been classified as malicious, and action was taken against people who placed nuisance calls to the police and other emergency services.
Even though they initially found the reports on witches and zombies amusing, Manchester Private Investigators (http://www.manchester-privateinvestigators.co.uk) condemns the actions of individuals who made these calls, because the police, who are spread thin, had to investigate each one, and waste valuable resources which could have been used somewhere where help was actually needed. Therefore, Manchester Private Investigators should be contacted, because their skilled private investigators can figure out the root of the problem, and locate the people who made the prank phone calls. Once those individuals are made to face justice, they will think long and hard before doing anything like that again. Manchester Private Investigators detectives are some of the best in the entire country, and they are able to solve cases like this in a matter of days, or even hours, depending on how much information their clients can give them. Apart from being highly skilled and experiences, they are also up-to-date on all the latest tools and techniques used to conduct private investigations. Do not hesitate to give them a call at any time.
Chief investigator at Manchester Private Investigators, William Abbott, took the opportunity to maintain that sending the police on a wild goose chase should be considered a serious offence and that the people placing those calls should be punished accordingly. Mr. Abbott also added: “While witches, zombies or vampires can be entertaining on the big screen, they should never find themselves in police reports. Unfortunately, there are a lot of people out there willing to abuse valuable police resources, just because they have a bad sense of humor. Let’s put an end to it together.”
William Abbott can be reached on 0161 363 0083.