Police hunting the criminal said: “Individuals have been approached by ’Jason’ to have their waste taken away. The same waste has then been fly-tipped instead of being disposed of legally, often using a four-door tipper truck with the registration plate NG54 0BA, which has been caught on CCTV.
“However, the DVLA has no details of the vehicle, its owner or insurance related to the truck.”
Enfield council mounted a new CCTV camera at Long Hall Lane which caught Jason seven times on film between March and May fly-tipping between the hours of 8pm and 10pm.
The cost of cleaning up the rogue operator’s fly-tipped waste has come in at approximately £1,341 – which, they say, is more than a full-time adult’s monthly salary on the minimum wage.
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