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CCTV image shows moment truck appears to dump rubbish in latest fly-tipping incident

One arrest has been made following the incident

Police took a photo of the rubbish after arriving at the scene(Image: @MPSHammFul)

A suspect has been arrested after a pile of rubbish was found dumped in West Kensington.

CCTV captured the flytipping in Lerry Close on July 29, with a case now being put together to prosecute the person responsible.

It happened less than a fortnight after a flytipper was caught on film dumping rubbish in Fulham before brazenly taking a photograph of the mess and leaving.

Hammersmith and Fulham Police had been called to Lerry Close after being alerted by a member of the public, but the suspect had left before officers arrived.

CCTV captures a lorry allegedly fly-tipping in Lerry Close, West Kensington(Image: LBHF)

Council CCTV picked up the vehicle’s registration details and within two hours it had been spotted in West Kensington Estate.

A suspect has since been arrested and the vehicle seized.

The local authority is working alongside the Met Police in a bid to prosecute the person.

The same council appealed for information after a man was seen photographing his flytipping in Cedarne Road, Fulham, on July 18 (see video below).

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