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Shed Mystery

During the winter we had a call for 1 of our customers. She was concerned that an individual had moved into her garden shed. As it was the winter she did not go into the garden as much as in the summer months. One weekend she decided to clear up all of the fallen apples and pears from the trees. Even though she was on the market she went into the shed and she identified some blankets and some takeaway food containers. She thought this was quite strange but believed that maybe her teenage son and his friends had had a sleepover in the shed.

She quizzed her son and he said that they wouldn’t sleep in there as the roof leaked and there was no electricity. The next thing that happened was a small fire had been created within the entrance towards the shed and there were much more blankets and rubbish. She named the Police and they suggested she would get a quicker response if she referred to as us.

We decided to put up a covert camera pointing at the shed to obtain to the bottom of it. After a couple of days the tapes showed a filthy young man going into the shed and producing a fire. He sat huddled up by the fire all night. Our client had by no means seen him prior to and as he seemed so young she wanted to assist him. The next night a social worker and our client went out into the garden to see if they could support the young man.

He was fairly polite but looked exhausted. He had run away from his property and had been sleeping rough in our client’s garden and other gardens inside the neighbourhood. The social worker told him she could put him into care for the night and sort out his circumstance inside the morning. He is now with foster parents and performing properly at school.

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