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Mar 14 2012

Detectives Investigating Arsons in Harrow Weald

Detectives from Harrow CID are investigating a series of arsons in the Harrow Weald area which they believe may be linked:

  • On Thursday 12 January 2012 a member of staff arrived at work at Cedars Hall, Chicheley Gardens, Harrow Weald and noticed that there had been a fire in the bin area which had caused damaged to a door and the roof of the building.
  • On Friday 27 January a 56 year old man reported to the police that a rear tyre of his white Ford Sprinter which was parked in Hutton Gardens, Harrow Weald had been set alight and burnt out sometime between 1.30 pm on Friday 27 January and 3.15 pm on Saturday 28 January.
  • On Friday 17 February at 2.20 am a blue Suzuki Vitara which was parked on Hutton Lane, was set alight.
  • On Wednesday 22 February at 2 am police were called to a blue BMW Mini Cooper convertible on fire in Mepham Gardens.
  • On Sunday 26 February at 1.55 am there were reports of a skip fire outside a boarded up house in Chicheley Gardens, Harrow Weald.
  • On Friday 2 March at Bellfield Avenue, Harrow Weald a silver BMW convertible was completely burnt out and a blue Mercedes was damaged by the heat.
  • On Wednesday 7 March at 2.45 am there were reports of another fire in a skip in Langton Road, Harrow at 2.45 am.
  • On Sunday 11 March at 2.25 am police were called to a fire in a residential garage block in Carrington Square, Harrow Weald where two cars had been damaged. A grey VW Polo was completely burnt out and a black Honda Civic was severely damaged along with four garages.

Detective Inspector Nigel Burnell of Harrow CID said:

“These arsons are linked by location and time and the fact that motor vehicles and skips have been targeted.  All eight arsons have happened in the Uxbridge Road area of Harrow Weald and have been reported in the early hours of the morning.

“We are releasing a CCTV image of a man we would like to speak to in connection with one of the arsons.”

If you know who this person is call us on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously.

Source: Metropolitan Police

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