A very angry man has torn down the tributes to Henry Vincent

A very angry man has torn down the tributes to Henry Vincent

A furious vigilante has torn down the tribute to a career criminal killed by a pensioner in a burglary gone wrong. Iain Gordon, who wore a jacket marked Voluntary Services Lewisham, ripped down more than a dozen bunches of flowers before gathering them on the pavement and stamping on them. He then launched a furious tirade against the burglar, Henry Vincent, branding the crook a “scumbag” as he complained about the shrine – and tried to rip the head off a teddy bear. The bloke, who said he was from Lewisham, then blasted people who left tributes – claiming the flowers were paid with using cash stolen by Vincent, who was stabbed by 78-year-old Richard Osborn-Brooks.

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