Update on the East Common Lane Post Office robbery in Scunthorpe. The following is a plea from the daughter of the man whom police wish to speak to in question the the horrific ordeal that struck the East common Lane Post office on Monday 21st May 2012 which left a couple badly injured and haunted by flashbacks of the events that unfolded. Police also would like to speak to Eithan Teanby in question to another robbery in Nottinghamshire. The original post can be found on the site @ http://tomthumb.info/tt/?p=621 and http://tomthumb.info/tt/?p=631
The following is taken from www.thisisscunthorpe.co.uk and was originally published 1st June 2012
Eithan Teanby urged by daughter in Scunthorpe to contact police
The daughter of a man police are wanting to speak to in relation to a robbery has given a heartfelt plea to him to come forward.
Eithan Teanby is at large, having failed to return to HMP North Sea Camp in Boston on Monday, May 21 after weekend release.
Police have said they are growing concerned about Mr Teanby’s mental health.
He is currently taking prescription medication and officers have concerns that he may not have access to his required dosage.
Jade – Mr Teanby’s 21 year-old daughter – said she was concerned about her father’s mental health and wanted him to get in contact with her.
She said: “Dad please come forward. I am absolutely worried sick about you and your mental state.
“I know you need me and I can’t even help you at the minute.
“It is killing me and nana. I can’t even function properly without you.
“Please do the right thing so that I can see you.
“I love you so much. Let’s get you the right help and I will help you through it all – just me and you like always.
“If you can’t remember my number, then just ring nana.”
Detectives in North Lincolnshire are continuing to investigate a robbery at the Post Office on East Common Lane, Scunthorpe on Monday, May 21.
They are still trying to trace the whereabouts of Mr Teanby, as they say he may be able to assist with their inquiries.
His last sighting was at around Monday, May 21 when he travelled from Scunthorpe to Brigg in a taxi.
He has not been seen or made contact with friends, family members or the prison since this time.
Nottinghamshire Police are also wanting to speak to Mr Teanby in connection with a robbery at the Halifax Bank in Bulwell, Nottinghamshire.The robbery is said to have happened at around 4.40pm, at the bank on Wednesday, May 30
Anyone with information should call 999 or 101 quoting log 354 of May 21
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