Traffic Warden Attacked on London Road

Suspect made off towards Isleworth in green Rover

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Police are asking for witnesses and information in relation to an attack on a traffic warden on Friday 13th October at 6.35pm.

The assault took place on the London Road, outside the Kentucky Fried Chicken. The victim was a 38 year old black male Traffic Warden.

He had alighted his moped and was wearing protective clothing, including a crash helmet. He was affixing a ticket to a blue Land Rover, which was illegally parked. A male suspect appeared. He verbally abused the warden then proceeded to punch and kick him to the ground. Fortunately the fact he was wearing the protective clothing meant that he only suffered minor bruising.

A passer by pulled the suspect off the victim who then ran of towards the Coach and Horses pub and got into a green Rover, which sped off towards Isleworth. During the incident the Land Rover had vanished.

The suspect was described as white, about 30 years, 5’06”, wearing a white T-shirt and blue jeans, short dark hair. He was believed to be Eastern European. Any information to DS Aine Collins at Hounslow CID on 020 8247 6155.

October 18, 2006