In article <45EA241CE5DFD31182E0009027E869D416C5FB@snark.intellinetics.c
om>, Bowen, Patrick <email@example.com> writes
>Just a guess, but if I was going to go egg someone, I would buy the eggs
>right before I did it (ok no great criminal mind here). Since you know
>where they were bought, you could go talk nice to the manager and have him
>review his tapes for you. Just takes a few minutes. Filing a police report
>would be a good idea, however, you have already washed away the evidence.
Thanks for the suggestions. I have already filed a police report, but
I'm not convinced that they are going to do anything - they don't seem
to have recorded the previous three incidents that I reported. :-( The
evidence has been photographed, and I have one of the egg boxes
(complete with dates and batch numbers).
I will nip in to Tesco on the way home from work this evening and see if
I can get some assistance directly.
Michael Hargreave Mawson, author of "Eyewitness in the Crimea"
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