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Bag with computer stolen from car

A thief smashed a car window before stealing a bag containing a computer.

The victim parked his car in Gorst Road, North Acton at about 9.50am on January 22.

The driver’s window was smashed and a suspect was seen riding away from the scene.

Crime number: 2531938/14

Man steals whisky from London Irish Centre

A man stole four bottles of whiskey from behind a bar after hiding two of them down his trousers.

The thief struck the London Irish Centre in Camden Square on Bonfire Night.

Crime number: 2327202/14

Man punched several times in betting shop

A man was punched several times in the face after being abused in a betting shop.

The victim was attacked by another man at the shop in Uxbridge Road, Shepherds Bush on November 12.

Crime number: 6023598/14

Electronic device used to open car parked near Harrods

An electronic device is suspected to have been used to unlock a car parked near Harrods.

No signs of forced entry were found on the car which was left near the luxury store for about two hours on November 2.

Shopping was stolen from the boot as well as property from inside.

Crime number: 5618264/14

Robber violently attacks Gumtree advertiser

A Gumtree user was violently attacked and robbed by a man responding to his advert.

The victim wrote on the classified ads website that he was willing to buy Apple products.

He agreed to meet a man who responded to the advert in Starbucks in Rayne Park.

After meeting the suspect suggested going back to his car, which was a black Renault.

The suspect then drove the victim into a dead end road, dragged him from the car and robbed him, taking a bag containing £1,000.

Crime number: 1400321/15

Gang verbally abuse man near Mile End Stadium

A gang verbally abused a man walking near Mile End Stadium before stealing his headphones.

The three men approached the victim before grabbing his lapels and shouting in his face.

The then pulled the earphones from his ears before making away.

Crime number: 4232441/14

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