Essex Police Release ‘E-Fit’ After Shooting

February 11, 2016

Essex Police have released an “e-fit” of the suspect involved in the shooting in Essex, with the British media having already identified the victim as businessman Timothy Mardon, who divides his time between Bermuda and the UK.

The BBC report, “Police investigating a shooting by intruders at a mansion have issued an e-fit of a man they want to speak to. The victim, named locally as Timothy Mardon, is being treated for a gunshot wound to his leg following the raid in Sible Hedingham, Essex. Two men fled the scene empty handed after the break-in at 04:40 GMT on Saturday.

“Father-of-two Mr Mardon suffered ‘life-changing’ injuries in the incident at his Grade II listed home, police said. He was shot through a door after he locked himself in a bedroom during the raid, which is being treated as aggravated burglary.

“Mr Mardon works for a Bermuda-based insurance company and is believed to spend much of the year living there with his wife. Officers said they believe the motive was ‘theft-related’, adding there was nothing to suggest the victim was individually targeted at his home, which is called The Old Rectory.

E-fit composite released by the Essex Police:

essex police feb 2016

Essex police said, “We want to identify an e-fit of a man as part of our investigation into an aggravated burglary in Sible Hedingham, where the victim was shot. We believe he may have valuable information for our enquiry.

“He was seen by a passer-by sitting in a car with another man parked up in a lay-by on Wethersfield Road, between Sible Hedingham and the Blackmore End turning, at around 1.50am on Saturday February 6.

“The man was in the driver’s seat of this car which is described as a sporty version of a metallic silver mark II Fiat Punto. In the passenger seat of this car was a man in his 20s who was white and bald.

“If anyone believes they know someone who looks like this e-fit and drives a silver Punto then we would like to hear from you. The break-in occurred at the house in Rectory Road in Sible Hedingham shortly before 4.40am on Saturday.

“Anyone with information should call Braintree CID on 101 or ring Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”

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  1. Slow News Day says:

    I just saw this guy at Washington Mall!! Looks like the guy in the cup match tape actually.