Dartford Council Seeks Public’s Help in Identifying Suspects in Recent Fly-Tipping Incident

Dartford Council has recently released images of suspected fly-tippers in hopes of catching the culprits responsible for dumping waste in a residential area earlier this month.

The incident occurred on February 16th when a group was spotted dumping waste and fence panels at garages in Windermere Close, Dartford. The local authority is now seeking the public’s help in identifying the individuals and the vehicle used in the fly-tipping.

In the images released by the council, a group can be seen using a van to dispose of the waste in the residential area. The council is urging anyone who may have been in the area at the time of the incident and has any relevant information to come forward and assist with their investigation.

If you have any details that could help identify the suspects, you are encouraged to contact Dartford Council at environmental.enforcement@dartford.gov.uk or call 01322 343434 and ask to speak with a member of the Environmental Enforcement team.

Fly-tipping is a serious offense and can have a negative impact on the environment and community. The council is determined to hold those responsible accountable for their actions and is counting on the cooperation of the public to help bring them to justice.

Let’s work together to keep our town clean and free of illegal dumping. If you have any information, please do not hesitate to reach out to Dartford Council. Let’s put an end to fly-tipping in our community.

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