Man, 23, wakes up to find ‘I will kill you’ written in toothpaste on his bathroom mirror as police issue images of two men they want to speak to
- The incident happened on Oct 10 in a home in Lower Parliament St, Nottingham
- Alongside the death threat was a sinister smiley face, also written in toothpaste
- Notts Police said they were taking the creepy incident ‘extremely seriously’
Police are appealing for information after a death threat was scrawled on a mirror in toothpaste.
The sinister incident saw a 23-year-old man wake up to find the message ‘I will kill you’ written in toothpaste on his bathroom mirror.
Alongside the message was a smiley face, also written in toothpaste.
It happened on October 10, in Lower Parliament Street, Nottingham.
Nottinghamshire Police are looking for these two men in connection with a death threat, written in toothpaste on a man’s bathroom mirror, in his home on Lower Parliament Street in Nottingham
Now, officers have released images of two men who they would like to speak to in connection with the incident.
In the images, two men can be seen walking up stairs holding beer cans, while the other shows someone filming moments before the incident.
PC Ryan Horvath, of Nottinghamshire Police, said: ‘It is unacceptable that anyone should be threatened in this way.
‘The impact of such threats can be profound and that is why we are taking this report extremely seriously.
‘Enquiries are ongoing and we would ask anyone who recognises the two men to get in touch on 101, quoting incident 238 of 10 October 2021.’