The Met want your help finding these criminals

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The Met want your help finding these criminals
25th November 2014

DCI Mick Neville from Scotland Yard talks through London's most wanted.

Suspect exposes himself

A suspect was seen walking slowly along the street, looking into cars and houses. He then stood in the driveway of a property and was seen to drop his trousers and underwear and then rub his groin area. He then made off before police attendance. 

Robbery at Turnham Green

At around 11.20pm on Friday, November 14 the victim left Turnham Green station and went to an off licence next door. He then walked across Chiswick Common and as he got to Rock Lane Sports Centre he was aware of a male behind him.
He was then punched to the ground and surrounded by four suspects, one of which said "Give it over, you c*nt".

The victim took this as a demand for his property so emptied his pockets and the suspects made off with the victim's cash, mobile, mp3 player and driving licence. 

Theft at pub

On Saturday, November 8, at 10.50pm the victim was with friends in the smoking area outside the pub. She was approached by the suspect who was selling flowers. He approached the victim and began to cuddle her. She thought she felt a hand go into her pocket and later discovered her mobile phone was missing. 

If you have any information, please contact Crimestoppers here or call 0800 555 111 

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