Message from Met Police


Operation Withern so far.

Following last year's disorder in London, this operation has gone a long way to making the borough of Camden a safer place to live and work.

So far we have achieved excellent results, please see figures below:

• 143 people arrested.
'• 106 people charged. '
• 74 people convicted '
• Highest sentence, 7 years imprisonment. '
• 20% with previous convictions for burglary and robbery.

Please take some time to look at the link and the outstanding images, as there are 500 unidentified suspects throughout the North East boroughs of London still outstanding.

Thank you for your continued support and assistance.

Operation Withern

Operation Withern is investigating the serious disorder and violence that has been affecting parts of London.

Following the disorders across London in August last year over 4000 arrests have been made.

Our dedicated team continue to work tirelessly to identify and bring to justice those involved who harmed our communities last summer. We would urge anyone who has information about the people pictured in this document to contact us either directly at Operation Withern on 0207 230 4242 or anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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