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25% say Titchener is innocent of murdering Stefan. Poll closes 10am Sunday
An Ambridge Socialist poll on whether unemployed Rob Titchener murdered farm worker Stefan in 2015, which has attracted thousands of votes closes on Sunday morning.
The poll concerns the apparent disappearance of Berrow Farm worker Stefan, shortly after the 2015 Great Flood of Ambridge.
It closes at 10am on Sunday with the result known at 11.15am
Stefan was aware that then Berrow Farm manager Rob Titchener had blocked a culvert with plastic and metal to make sure that in the event of a flood the estate would not be impacted.
A flood did occur and it was Ambridge that flooded not Berrow Farm. Freda Fry died and considerable damage to property and farming land took place.
Stefan had alerted David Archer of issues around the flood but almost immediately afterwards became unavailable. Titchener claimed that there was a family crisis and only he, Titchener, could talk to Stefan.
What happened to Stefan is unknown. There are two key options:
Titchener murdered Stefan because he knew too much and his body is buried somewhere in Ambridge
Titchener threatened Stefan with his life and he left for abroad
It is not thought that the Berrow Farm boss Charlie Thomas was aware of these events but he is believed to be in Scotland and is a key witness.
The Ambridge Socialist believes that in the light of recent events the Borsetshire Police must urgently seek to establish the whereabouts of Stefan and whether he is still alive.
Ambridge Socialist Editor Keith Flett said, clearly the poll so far shows there is support for a Titchener is innocent campaign in Ambridge. We understand Susan Carter has been organising in Titchener’s defence.