Croydon Guardian's top 10 most read stories of 2013
Can you guess what were the most read stories on the Croydon Guardian website for 2013?
Unsurprising crime stories and major incidents were the most popular with readers.
Here are the top 10 articles in order of how many times they were viewed.
Croydon Village Outlet was forced to close hours after opening when their tills went down.
A Selhurst takeaway was fined £30,000 after its owners ignored hygiene warnings and dead cockroaches were found.
A cyclist who died after being hit by a bus in East Croydon was named as Roger William De Klerk from Forest Hill.
Daniel Austin Waters was named as one of Croydon's most wanted criminals after failing to appear at Croydon Crown Court, having breached a suspended sentence order.
A court heard a barber shop owner was accused of raping teenage girls and forcing them to have sex with his dog. A jury found Anthony Foster not guilty of 14 charges.
A woman and child who died after being struck by a train at Riddlesdown station were named as Donna Oettinger and her son Zachary.
Rail passengers faced 16 hours of "unavoidable" delays after a man was hit by a train at East Croydon Station.
A 37-year-old man died after being struck by a train at South Croydon station.
Seventy two firefighters and ten fire engines battled a blaze at warehouse in Mitcham.
The body of a man found in a well in Warlingham was identified as Polish national Damian Chlywka.
The most shared story on the Croydon Guardian's Facebook page was the police search for missing 12-year-old Brooke Blakeman from Beddington, who was later found.
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