Police Hunt 'Gordon', Bristol's Greetings Card Stalker

Remigio Civitarese
Marzo 13, 2018

Avon and Somerset Police said the cards were always written in capitals and often have an animal on the front, regularly cats.

Police hunting a stalker who has been harassing a woman for six years have released pictures of several notes in an appeal to people who may recognise the handwriting and distinctive features.

Police are hunting a serial stalker who bombards his victim with threats of rape and violence disguised in animal-themed greeting cards.

The notes - some of which have included threats of rape - are often signed by someone calling themselves "Gordon", with the culprit believed to be sending the cards from the Bristol area.

She went to the police in January past year after the stalking threats got more severe.

Image: Do you recognise this handwriting?

"Thorough analysis of the communications has been carried out and the possibility the offender has sent, or is sending cards or letters with similar content to other people can not be excluded", Prescott added.

The victim said: "This has been going on for so long - someone out there must know who it is".

Detective Constable Prescott said the force had been working with a criminal profiler at the National Crime Agency to assess the offender's profile and progress lines of enquiry.

Calling on card shop workers, postal service employees and members of the public for their help, Prescott said: "Do you recognise this handwriting, the name Gordon or the signature with the five crosses?"

He added: "You may recognise one or more of the characteristics but can't believe the person you have in mind would commit offences like this. We'd ask you to please report any concerns or suspicions to help us make this stop", he said.

DC Prescott said: "Thorough analysis of the communications has been carried out and the possibility the offender has sent, or is sending cards or letters with similar content to other people can not be excluded".

"Harassment offences can cause significant distress to victims and disrupt their daily lives but we'll do all we can to make sure we investigate crimes, gather evidence and whenever possible, bring offenders to justice".

"If you have been receiving similar correspondence then we want to hear from you".

Anyone with information should call police on 101, quoting reference number 5216008248.

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