CCTV image released in connection with flats targeted in damage spree in Wilmington Close, Watford

Watford Observer: CCTV image released in connection with flats targetted in damage spree CCTV image released in connection with flats targetted in damage spree

Police have released the CCTV image of a man after security cameras were destroyed in a criminal damage spree in a central Watford block of flats.

Hertfordshire Constabulary said on Sunday, December 15 at 10pm several CCTV cameras were pulled from the wall and thrown to the floor in the communal area of a block of flats on Wilmington Close.

Officers are keen to speak to the man pictured in relation to the incident.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Hertfordshire Constabulary via its non-emergency number 101 quoting crime reference number C1/13/5659.

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5:01pm Wed 22 Jan 14

hornet88 says...

Probably the same people that smashed my car window that night. Dopey kid didn't even nick anything which just shows how pointless his vandalism is.
Probably the same people that smashed my car window that night. Dopey kid didn't even nick anything which just shows how pointless his vandalism is. hornet88

6:39pm Wed 22 Jan 14

HornetJJ says...

More like a boy than a man. Stupid scumbag!
More like a boy than a man. Stupid scumbag! HornetJJ

7:36pm Wed 22 Jan 14

Cuetip says...

The people who have to live with this type of mindless vandalism are absolutely sick to death of these morons. It's a relatively new block of flats.

To have the front to do this type of destruction, suggests that this the norm for this idiot and he has done this countless of times without any fear of the consequences. They leave a trail of destruction in so many areas in an attempt to reduce them to their level.

This story is very depressing especially for residents.
The people who have to live with this type of mindless vandalism are absolutely sick to death of these morons. It's a relatively new block of flats. To have the front to do this type of destruction, suggests that this the norm for this idiot and he has done this countless of times without any fear of the consequences. They leave a trail of destruction in so many areas in an attempt to reduce them to their level. This story is very depressing especially for residents. Cuetip

3:36pm Thu 23 Jan 14

nefari says...

Cuetip wrote:
The people who have to live with this type of mindless vandalism are absolutely sick to death of these morons. It's a relatively new block of flats. To have the front to do this type of destruction, suggests that this the norm for this idiot and he has done this countless of times without any fear of the consequences. They leave a trail of destruction in so many areas in an attempt to reduce them to their level. This story is very depressing especially for residents.
What are the chances of the scum-hole living in the flats curtesy of the Social Security.
[quote][p][bold]Cuetip[/bold] wrote: The people who have to live with this type of mindless vandalism are absolutely sick to death of these morons. It's a relatively new block of flats. To have the front to do this type of destruction, suggests that this the norm for this idiot and he has done this countless of times without any fear of the consequences. They leave a trail of destruction in so many areas in an attempt to reduce them to their level. This story is very depressing especially for residents.[/p][/quote]What are the chances of the scum-hole living in the flats curtesy of the Social Security. nefari

3:58pm Thu 23 Jan 14

Cuetip says...

nefari wrote:
Cuetip wrote:
The people who have to live with this type of mindless vandalism are absolutely sick to death of these morons. It's a relatively new block of flats. To have the front to do this type of destruction, suggests that this the norm for this idiot and he has done this countless of times without any fear of the consequences. They leave a trail of destruction in so many areas in an attempt to reduce them to their level. This story is very depressing especially for residents.
What are the chances of the scum-hole living in the flats curtesy of the Social Security.
I do strongly believe that there should be tougher scrutiny of who gains housing especially in mixed housing blocks because of security issues.

Regular probationary type inspections to ensure that they maintain certain standards should be carried out as it is not simply the heavy cost of vandalism but the awful eyesores they create for visiting friends and family.

This is a relatively new housing block and despite all the promises, there have been problems with unauthorised people gaining access because of negligent behaviour by insiders.
[quote][p][bold]nefari[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cuetip[/bold] wrote: The people who have to live with this type of mindless vandalism are absolutely sick to death of these morons. It's a relatively new block of flats. To have the front to do this type of destruction, suggests that this the norm for this idiot and he has done this countless of times without any fear of the consequences. They leave a trail of destruction in so many areas in an attempt to reduce them to their level. This story is very depressing especially for residents.[/p][/quote]What are the chances of the scum-hole living in the flats curtesy of the Social Security.[/p][/quote]I do strongly believe that there should be tougher scrutiny of who gains housing especially in mixed housing blocks because of security issues. Regular probationary type inspections to ensure that they maintain certain standards should be carried out as it is not simply the heavy cost of vandalism but the awful eyesores they create for visiting friends and family. This is a relatively new housing block and despite all the promises, there have been problems with unauthorised people gaining access because of negligent behaviour by insiders. Cuetip

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