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Roy Tyzacks Crime Time April

ROY AT GUTTERIDGE MEMORIAL 
(pictured Roy Tyzack)
 
Who is Roy Tyzack? Roy Tyzack is a retired CID Murder Squad Detective who then moved onto forensics before retiring from the Police Service. Roy also has a love for music and hosts a monthly open mic night along with management of local singer/songwriter, Matthew Shepherd. Roy also finds time to work for the ambulance service and as a highly regarded Toast Master. Retirement? What retirement!
 
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This week Roy talks about the murder of local PC George Gutteridge. 
 
Police Constable George Gutteridge was born in Downham Market, Norfolk in 1891. He joined Essex County Constabulary in April 1910 and served as constable 489. After a month’s training at Headquarters he was posted to Southend.On 23rd February 1919 he rejoined Essex County Constabulary, returning initially to Grays, and then to Epping Division from 14th March 1922. He was posted to a section station that included four beats at Stapleford, Lambourne End, Stanford Rivers, and Kelvedon Hatch. He was based at Stapleford Abbots, a village half way between Romford and Ongar.
 
For more on the story https://www.essex.police.uk/memorial/roll-of-honour.php?rollOfHonourId=35
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Roy Tyzacks Crime Time April

ROY AT GUTTERIDGE MEMORIAL 
(pictured Roy Tyzack)
 
Who is Roy Tyzack? Roy Tyzack is a retired CID Murder Squad Detective who then moved onto forensics before retiring from the Police Service. Roy also has a love for music and hosts a monthly open mic night along with management of local singer/songwriter, Matthew Shepherd. Roy also finds time to work for the ambulance service and as a highly regarded Toast Master. Retirement? What retirement!
 
CLICK ABOVE TO LISTEN TO THE INTERIEW
 
This week Roy talks about the murder of local PC George Gutteridge. 
 
Police Constable George Gutteridge was born in Downham Market, Norfolk in 1891. He joined Essex County Constabulary in April 1910 and served as constable 489. After a month’s training at Headquarters he was posted to Southend.On 23rd February 1919 he rejoined Essex County Constabulary, returning initially to Grays, and then to Epping Division from 14th March 1922. He was posted to a section station that included four beats at Stapleford, Lambourne End, Stanford Rivers, and Kelvedon Hatch. He was based at Stapleford Abbots, a village half way between Romford and Ongar.
 
For more on the story https://www.essex.police.uk/memorial/roll-of-honour.php?rollOfHonourId=35
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Roy Tyzacks Crime Time April

ROY AT GUTTERIDGE MEMORIAL 
(pictured Roy Tyzack)
 
Who is Roy Tyzack? Roy Tyzack is a retired CID Murder Squad Detective who then moved onto forensics before retiring from the Police Service. Roy also has a love for music and hosts a monthly open mic night along with management of local singer/songwriter, Matthew Shepherd. Roy also finds time to work for the ambulance service and as a highly regarded Toast Master. Retirement? What retirement!
 
CLICK ABOVE TO LISTEN TO THE INTERIEW
 
This week Roy talks about the murder of local PC George Gutteridge. 
 
Police Constable George Gutteridge was born in Downham Market, Norfolk in 1891. He joined Essex County Constabulary in April 1910 and served as constable 489. After a month’s training at Headquarters he was posted to Southend.On 23rd February 1919 he rejoined Essex County Constabulary, returning initially to Grays, and then to Epping Division from 14th March 1922. He was posted to a section station that included four beats at Stapleford, Lambourne End, Stanford Rivers, and Kelvedon Hatch. He was based at Stapleford Abbots, a village half way between Romford and Ongar.
 
For more on the story https://www.essex.police.uk/memorial/roll-of-honour.php?rollOfHonourId=35
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Roy Tyzacks Crime Time April

ROY AT GUTTERIDGE MEMORIAL 
(pictured Roy Tyzack)
 
Who is Roy Tyzack? Roy Tyzack is a retired CID Murder Squad Detective who then moved onto forensics before retiring from the Police Service. Roy also has a love for music and hosts a monthly open mic night along with management of local singer/songwriter, Matthew Shepherd. Roy also finds time to work for the ambulance service and as a highly regarded Toast Master. Retirement? What retirement!
 
CLICK ABOVE TO LISTEN TO THE INTERIEW
 
This week Roy talks about the murder of local PC George Gutteridge. 
 
Police Constable George Gutteridge was born in Downham Market, Norfolk in 1891. He joined Essex County Constabulary in April 1910 and served as constable 489. After a month’s training at Headquarters he was posted to Southend.On 23rd February 1919 he rejoined Essex County Constabulary, returning initially to Grays, and then to Epping Division from 14th March 1922. He was posted to a section station that included four beats at Stapleford, Lambourne End, Stanford Rivers, and Kelvedon Hatch. He was based at Stapleford Abbots, a village half way between Romford and Ongar.
 
For more on the story https://www.essex.police.uk/memorial/roll-of-honour.php?rollOfHonourId=35
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