Suspect Arrested For Slashing More Than 60 Tires Overnight In Stamford Hill London [UPDATED]

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Police have arrested a suspect who went on a tire-slashing spree in an orthodox Jewish area of north London.

More than 60 tyres were slashed in a single night outside homes in Stoke Newington.

Shomrim of Stamford Hill tweeted a call for all victims to report any vandalism after claiming at least 19 cars were subject to criminal damage last night.

Shomrim told YWN that approximately 64 tires on 19 vehicles were slashed.

Hackney police has not released information on the suspect in custody.

Hackney MPS tweeted: “We are investigating a number of criminal damages to motor vehicles in the Stamford Hill West area discovered this morning.

“Officers are in the area carrying out enquiries and any witnesses or anyone with info can talk to them or call us on 101.”

Sergeant Owen Pyle said his team would be stationed in Hackney on reassurance patrols throughout today.

 

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(Source: Standard UK)




6 COMMENTS

  1. For the uninitiated, 999 is the number to call in an emergency, 101 is the number to call when you want the police but it is not an emergency.

  2. Very Smart to have separate numbers for an emergency and non-emergency, not like NYC where 911 is for both, even the fire department doesn’t have there own number. The 911 operator forwards the caller to the fire department dispatcher.