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Burglar threatens victims on Facebook from his jail cell and warns he ‘won’t forget’ they got him locked up

Burglar threatens victims on Facebook from his jail cell and warns he ‘won’t forget’ they got him locked up

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  • Lee Fitchett, 29, also posted a picture of himself topless and wrote ‘no mercy, only God can judge me’
  • Ten people clicked ‘Like’ after he warned his victims their day was coming
  • Thief stole £1,000 as jewellery during Christmas Eve house burglary
  • He has now been released from his open prison

By Rob Cooper

PUBLISHED: 03:16 EST, 14 June 2012 | UPDATED: 07:33 EST, 14 June 2012

A burglar who was jailed for three-and-a-half years threatened his victims from behind bars – with a Facebook warning that ‘your time is coming’.

While serving time at HMP Dartmoor, Lee Fitchett wrote, with appalling grammar: ‘won’t 4get those 3 f*** heads who put me in prison 4 3y 6m but my day is coming and so is theres and they won’t see it coming’.

The 29-year-old, was imprisoned in August 2010, after being found guilty of raiding a friend’s house on Christmas Eve.

Thug: Burglar Lee Fitchett, 29, posted this picture on Facebook and threatened his victims from behind bars, writing: 'my time is coming and so is theres'

Thug: Burglar Lee Fitchett, 29, posted this picture on Facebook and threatened his victims from behind bars, writing: ‘my time is coming and so is theres’

Ten people clicked ‘like’ under the comment, and his friend Shaun Hill wrote: ‘I don’t just like this!, I ****ing love it!’.

In Novemeber 2011 Fitchett was moved to an open prison, but he escaped from there to because he felt ‘oppressed by the conversation of paedophiles and the prevalence of drugs’ and wanted to move to a more secure jail.

During the Christmas Eve burglary Fitchett had rifled through possessions in a child’s bedroom before stealing jewellery worth £1,000.

The thug also posted a picture of himself on Facebook with his arms folded in a tough pose – writing ‘no mercy, only God can judge me’.

Offensive: Lee Fitchett, 29, warns from behind bars that he is 'coming' for the three people who had him jailed

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Offensive: Lee Fitchett, 29, warns from behind bars that he is ‘coming’ for the three people who had him jailed

Thug: Lee Fitchett, 29, escaped from his open prison and went to see his girlfriend

Thug: Lee Fitchett, 29, escaped from his open prison and went to see his girlfriend

The message taunting his victims was removed last week after the social networking site was contacted by the Ministry of Justice.

Fitchett served his time at HMP Dartmoor in Devon before he was transferred to Leyhill open prison, Gloucestershire, in November 2011, ahead of his expected release.

His Facebook posts were written before he was transferred from HMP Dartmoor.

Days after his transfer he escaped from jail so that he would get sent to a more secure jail, which he would have preferred.

After dropping in on his girlfriend, he handed himself in to Swindon police station 48 hours later.

He even left his key in the cell door so the authorities wouldn’t have to go to the cost of changing the locks.

He was ordered to serve an extra eight months in jail – but it was cut on appeal to an extra 28 days.
Fitchett was released from the open prison last month.

A spokesman for the Ministry of Justice said: ‘There was an offensive comment on the page and in this case we passed the matter on to Facebook, who removed the post in line with their policies.’

Abuse: Lee Fitchett's Facebook page where he wrote that he was 'coming' for his three burglar victims from behind bars

Abuse: Lee Fitchett’s Facebook page where he wrote that he was ‘coming’ for his three burglar victims from behind bars

Jail: Fitchett was being held at HMP Dartmoor (pictured) when he threatened his victims on Facebook

Jail: Fitchett was being held at HMP Dartmoor (pictured) when he threatened his victims on Facebook

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