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Do you know this hooligan?

Tuesday April 24, 2012

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Hammersmith & Fulham Council is asking for your help to track down this filthy yob who has a nasty habit of urinating in lifts at Bush Court.

The time is shortly after 1.15am on Wednesday February 22 and this hooligan can clearly be seen relieving himself in the lift of the Shepherds Bush block.

Do you know who this person is, or were you the man who unfortunately had to share a lift with him? If so, contact the council now so that we can track down the culprit.

This disgusting act was captured by Hammersmith & Fulham (H&F) Council’s  state-of-the-art CCTV surveillance system which is linked in to numerous estates across the borough.

All images are relayed back to the council's main CCTV control room at Hammersmith Town Hall where trained operatives scour the footage looking for incidents of crime and antisocial behaviour.

Councillor Andrew Johnson, cabinet member for housing said: “I find this act truly appalling. The sooner this despicable individual is caught the better. This lift is used every day by decent, law abiding people, including women and children and we will not tolerate louts like this who refuse to live by the rules of a civilised society.

“This council spends more than £200,000 a year on clearing up after wanton acts of mindless vandalism and unfortunately, at the end of the day we have no choice but to pass some of that cost onto tenants and leaseholders in the form of rent of service charges.

“The message to hooligans like this is even when you think that there is no-one around, we are watching you. Nothing would make me happier than if a reader of this article is able to shop this nasty piece of work.”

The council takes a zero tolerance stance towards crime and antisocial behaviour on estates.

New tenants now undergo a 12-month probationary period meaning that they have to be on their best behaviour if they want a secure tenancy. The council also uses wardens to patrol estates and works with the police to tackle crime at the earliest opportunity. The council also has a dedicated team of concierge staff who work with estates residents to combat crime and assist residents with their daily lives.

If you know this person or their friend please call the council’s Bush Court housing officer on 020 8753 6886. You can contact the council anonymously if you wish.

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I really hope you find this nasty piece of work. High time scum like this were taught a lesson
From Marco on 28/04/2012 at 21:14
If you find him, it would be fair for him to scrub clean the lift and a few more lifts, so that he leaves area in the condition he found it.
From John on 27/04/2012 at 10:13


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