The story of a "leading" Chiswick BMW salesman who helped a man from Ealing steal cars worth more than £200,000 who has been jailed for five years, came top of the headlines this week ending Sunday August 20.
Michael Daniels abused his position as head of sales at BMW Berry, to access customer addresses on a database and give spare keys to an accomplice.
Meanwhile, Tesco urgently recalling 24 items from its stores because of safety concerns also came in the most read stories.
Galaxy chocolate, Quorn mince and soup were all on the list of recalled products.
Lets take a look at five of the most read articles on getwestlondon this week.
1. Chiswick car dealer jailed
A Chiswick BMW salesman was been jailed for five years after he helped a man steal cars worth more than £200,000.
Michael Daniels, 40, gave Alex Tingle, 28, the spare keys to the brand new luxury cars his dealership had just sold.
One of the victims, Robert Mitchell missed the birth of his daughter as he was unable to make it to the hospital after their car was taken on Christmas Eve.
2. Acton stabbings
Two teenagers were taken to hospital after being stabbed in Acton earlier this week.
Police were called to reports of a 17-year-old male being stabbed in Berrymead Gardens at around 6.30pm.
Shortly after, officers responded to reports of a second 17-year-old with a stab wound in Goldsmith Road, which is near to Acton Central railway station.
3. Fulham set to land ex-Wolves star
Fulham signed Sheyi Ojo from Liverpool on loan.
The winger has previously spent time on loan at Wigan Athletic and Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Our Trinity Mirror partners at the Liverpool Echo say Ojo was the subject of a number of offers from other Championship clubs, with the player travelling to London a few days ago to meet Fulham officials.
4. Hurricane Gert hits south east
West London braved heavy rain and strong winds when Hurricane Gert swept across the south east last week.
However, after a week of storms, rain and hail across the UK, the sun is coming out to play as a band of tropical air is forecast to hit the UK on Monday (August 21).
Met Office meteorologists have said Tuesday will be even hotter, with temperatures expected to peak 27 degrees in some areas of the UK.
5. Tesco recalls 24 items from its stores
If you've popped into your nearest Tesco store for your weekly shop, you need to check your cupboards.
The supermarket giant has urgently recalled 24 items from its stores because of safety concerns.
The recalled products include Galaxy chocolate, Quorn mince and soup.
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