Appeal to identify men after disorder at Crystal Palace v Aston Villa at Selhurst Park on 32 Aug 2019

18 January, 2020:

The Metropolitan Police have released the following appeal

Officers want to identify eight people following disorder at a Crystal Palace v Aston Villa football match on 31 August last year.

At the end of the match at Selhurst Park, a goal was disallowed and a number of Aston Villa fans ran onto the area near the pitch, attacking stewards and later police.

A number of individuals have been arrested and we are appealing for the public’s help in identifying the people in these pictures.

Detective Sergeant Matt Simpson from the Met’s Public Order Investigation Team said:

“People go to football matches for a good time, not to witness or experience violence. It is unacceptable that this happened and with the public’s help we can find those who were prepared to behave in this way. I urge anyone with information to call us on 020 824 693 86 or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.”

The Police have released the following images of the men.

 

 

Borough Commander asks Croydon community to assist the police investigation into double homicide in Thornton Heath

The Borough Commander, Chief Superintendent Dave Stringer, addressed a meeting he called on the evening of 5 July, 2019, to appeal to the community for any information that might help identify the person who fatally stabbed heavily pregnant Kelly Mary Fauvrelle in her home one week ago.

Sadly she and her unborn child, Riley, died as a consequence of this attack.

The meeting also sought to hear concerns in the local community around this incident.

 

Three CCC committee members attended, with the Chair live-tweeting on the night.

Anyone with any information should contact police on the dedicated incident room number of 020 8721 4005, or ring 101 quoting CAD 1358/29 Jun. Alternatively, to remain anonymous, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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Kelly Mary Fauvrelle

Here is our record of the evening in the form of live tweets along with links to official info and the CCTV.

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Croydon’s Borough Commander asks community for help with info to solve double homicide in Thornton Heath

The Borough Commander, Chief Superintendent Dave Stringer, addressed a meeting tonight to appeal to the community for any information that might help to identify the person who fatally stabbed heavily pregnant Kelly Mary Fauvrelle in her home one week ago.

 

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Kelly Mary Fauvrelle

The 6 actions agreed at the meeting were as follows:

  1. Police to circulate the clips of the person Police wish to talk to.Everyone was encouraged to circulate it widely and to report anything they know.
    These are posted below.

     

  2. Discuss the anniversary visit which is taking place Saturday 6th July morning at 0200. 

    Everyone was also asked to circulate this widely and there are details in the first Met Police information below. 

  3. Police made a commitment to deliver an additional dedicated officer to Thornton Heath, Early Autumn 2019.
  4. The Police will identify officers dedicated to working with youth teams and supplementary education providers.
  5. Cllr Hamida Ali will ensure that the Council circulate the community safety strategy to the group.
  6. The Police will commence community walk-alongs with police and the community patrolling Thornton Heath together (Police and community)

View the CCTV footage here.

 

 

 


Links to all official Met Police information can be found in the following links.

http://news.met.police.uk/news/further-appeal-a-week-after-croydon-double-homicide-375229

http://news.met.police.uk/news/appeal-to-trace-man-shown-on-cctv-near-thornton-heath-murder-scene-374851

Please help to share the CCTV images and the official information and report any information you have to assist the police find the person responsible.

 

Appeal for information after teen stabbed in Croydon

The Metropolitan Police have released the following appeal:

Police were called to Woodside Road, SE25 at 23:56hrs on Thursday, 18 April following reports of a stabbing.

A boy, aged 16, was found with a stab injury and taken to hospital. His injuries have since been confirmed to be non-life-threatening.

Officers from the Met’s South Area CID are investigating and have identified the victim was assaulted in nearby Spring Lane as he was travelling home from a friend’s house on his bicycle.

At this stage, it is believed that four suspects travelling on two mopeds followed the victim before two passengers got off and carried out the attack.

No arrests have been made and detectives are keen to hear from anyone with information.

Detective Sergeant Danielle Power said,

“This was a brutal attack and one which could have had far more serious consequences.

While we have spoken to a number of witnesses in relation to this incident, we believe more people may have seen the mopeds in the Woodside Road area at the time and we urge them to come forward and speak to us.”

Anyone who witnessed this incident or has information is asked to contact police 101 quoting reference CAD 9220/18APR.