Man, aged 23, wakes to find “I will kill You” written in toothpaste on the mirror of his bathroom. Police then issue images to two men they wish to speak to

  • The incident occurred on Oct 10, in a Lower Parliament St, Nottingham.
  • The death threat was not the only thing that was written in toothpaste. A sinister smiley faces was also included.
  • Notts Police claimed they were taking the incident ‘extremely serious’

Police are appealing to the public for information following a death threat that was written on a toothpaste-colored mirror.

The incident was so sinister that a 23-year old man woke up to find the message “I will Kill You” written in toothpaste on his bathroom wall.

The message was accompanied by a smiley face, also written with toothpaste.

It took place 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

Nottinghamshire Police are searching for these two men in connection to a death threat written in toothpaste on a man’s bathroom mirror in his Nottingham home at Lower Parliament Street.

In the images, two men can be seen walking up stairs holding beer cans, while the other shows someone filming moments before the incident

The images show two men holding beer cans as they walk up the stairs. One shows someone filming moments earlier.

Officers have now released images of two men they would like to speak with in connection to the incident.

Two men are seen on the images holding beer cans while the other shows a person filming moments before the incident.

PC Ryan Horvath from Nottinghamshire Police stated that it was unacceptable that anyone be threatened in this manner.

“The potential impact of such threats can have a profound effect, and that is why the report is so important to us.

“Enquiries continue and we ask anyone who recognizes these men to get in touch with 101, quoting incident 238 from 10 October 2021.