Monthly Archive: December 2012

Norfolk Constabulary: Fuel theft Aylsham 0

Norfolk Constabulary: Fuel theft Aylsham

31 December 2012 Officers from Aylsham are appealing for information in relation to theft of diesel in Aylsham The incident happened between 5pm and 9pm on Wednesday 26 December 2012 on Burgh Road. Unknown persons have entered the highways depot and stolen a quantity of fuel having cut a hole in the fence and tampering with CCTV cameras that cover the site. The padlock to the premises was also cut, but was replaced by the offender(s) with another padlock.

It is believed that a white van – possibly a Ford Transit van – was used in the commision of the offence.

Officers would like to hear from anyone who may have noticed anything suspicious in the area between the times stated or from anyone with information in relation to the suspect(s).

They should contact PC Ian Reed at Aylsham Police Station on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Police extremely concerned for welfare of missing Fakenham man … 0

Police extremely concerned for welfare of missing Fakenham man …

Police ‘extremely concerned’ for missing man – 3 weeks ago @ itv.com: 1 Police investigating the disappearance of Derek ‘Dell’ Wilton from the Illogan area of Redruth have said they are ‘extremely concerned’ for this welfare. The 46 year old was last seen at 9.30am on Thursday 15 August. Police and Coastguard have been …

Police urge missing armourer to come forward – 5 months ago @ au.news.yahoo.com: 2 “He has not made contact for some time and of course we are extremely concerned for his welfare, and his family is extremely concerned for his welfare,” Det Supt Finch said. “They would very much like him, as we would, to present himself to the police … Appeal for whereabouts of teenager with Runcorn and Widnes links reported – 1 month ago @ runcornandwidnesweeklynews.co.uk: 3 Inspector Nadia Brew said: We have followed a number of lines of inquiry since Callum was reported missing to us on July 4 and are now extremely concerned that no one seems to have seen or heard from him since July 3 and we are now hoping the public … Family ‘extremely concerned’ for woman reported missing from home – 1 month ago @ stv.tv: 4 The family of a woman who has been reported missing are “extremely concerned” for her safety.

Lucia Piacentini was last seen at around 6.45pm on Sunday by her partner at her home in Glasgow’s Cathcart area.

The 44-year-old suffers from depression and …

References ^ – 3 weeks ago @ itv.com: (extremely-concerned-about.rsspump.com) ^ – 5 months ago @ au.news.yahoo.com: (extremely-concerned-about.rsspump.com) ^ – 1 month ago @ runcornandwidnesweeklynews.co.uk: (extremely-concerned-about.rsspump.com) ^ – 1 month ago @ stv.tv: (extremely-concerned-about.rsspump.com)

Scam iOS Maker Of The Day: Installous 0

Scam iOS Maker Of The Day: Installous

A kind reader woke us up this morning with a missive that made my blood boil: another scam iOS maker was, in an insult to the great Mojang itself, selling a scam version of Minecraft. The company, Installous 1 , is selling something called Minecraft Mobile, a $2.99 app that actually produces a bunch of lines on the screen that flock around finger taps. As a parent and lover of Minecraft, this is an absolute outrage.

The Installous developer, Thoa Le, is also selling fake Springboard editors (really an alarm clock), fake lock screen apps, and an app that makes colorful backgrounds (but doesn t really). As one French customer wrote Ce n est pas minecraft! To that I would add C est de la merde!

To be clear, this is apparently not the same Installous 2 pirate app found on iOS. Consider, then, this my good deed today: Apple, please shut down Installous. It s a scam, a travesty, and an insult to those who strive to build great apps.

References ^ Installous (itunes.apple.com) ^ Installous (hackulo.us)