Criminal Caught Watching Wrong ChannelA 28-year-old man (arrest) last night at the North London home, and later (charge) in connection with a series of burglaries in the area.
At the press conference this morning, Detective Inspector Richard Jevis, who (lead) the police investigation into the burglaries, (explain) that details of the crimes (give) last night on the television programme "Crimestop". The Inspector (describe) how, after a witness' description of the burglar (give) on the show, dozen of people (telephone) the police, all identifying the same suspect.
The Inspector (go on) to say that a police (send) straight round to the man's house, where they (find) him watching television. Then he (asfe) why the man (not/try) to escape earlier when he (see) himself on "Crimestop". Detective Inspector (laugh) and (say), "He (not/ watch) "Crimestop"—he (watch) his favourite soap opera on the other channel."