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Detectives are appealing for information following a burglary in Bromley and have released CCTV footage of a man they wish to identify.

A Bromley man who admitted stabbing a man in a pub in Whitstable has been jailed.

A footballer has been fined for taking a picture in court as his friend, Crystal Palace captain Jason Puncheon, was handed a community order for lashing out with his belt at a group outside a nightclub.

Surrey

Detectives from Operation Falcon, the Met’s response to fraud related crime, have released an image of a man from Bromley they wish to speak to in connection with a series of fraud offences across London and the south east.

Inner London Crown Court

Police have released CCTV footage of two men they wish to speak with following a burglary in Bromley.

Detectives from the Met’s Flying Squad have charged two men with 20 commercial robberies, several of which took place in Bromley.

A Bromley man is one of four jailed for a total of 48 years, having been convicted of conspiracy to kidnap and blackmail.

Bromley

Detectives investigating a sexual assault on a bus in Beckenham have released an image of a man they wish to speak to in connection with the attack.

A man from Sydenham has been jailed for six months after he was caught at a busy train station with a bottle of ammonia.

British Transport Police

Two men who ran a ‘county line’ supplying Class A drugs into a seaside town have been jailed for a total of more than eight years.

London

The Met Police has renewed its appeal into the murder of a 26-year-old woman from Bromley that happened 30 years ago.

Homicide and Major Crime Command

This is the moment a man broke into an elderly woman’s bedroom in Bromley as she was in bed.

Bromley police

A police appeal earlier this week following a report of the attempted abduction of a 10-year-old girl in Bromley has been dropped after officers were satisfied there was no crime.

Seven drivers have been fined this month after being caught in Bromley misusing Blue Badges belonging to relatives and friends.

William Huntington-Thresher

Detectives in Bromley are appealing for information after two people were assaulted in their home.

London Ambulance Service

Bromley’s police force is being combined with Croydon and Sutton as part of a cost-cutting Met initiative.

Boris Johnson

A man who falsely claimed to have lost family members in the Grenfell Tower fire has been jailed for fraud offences.

Southwark Crown Court

Police have arrested a 14-year-old from Bromley after two police officers were injured while searching a suspect.

London police

A brave Bromley officer managed to single-handedly detain aggressive suspects of a moped theft.

Charity Second Chance Animal Sanctuary received a generous donation of pet-friendly disinfectant from the UK’s number one concentrated disinfectant brand, Zoflora, as part of their ‘Big Clean Up’ campaign.

United Kingdom

Work to construct FC Elmstead’s new modern club house is underway in Chislehurst Recreation Ground.

William Huntington-Thresher

The Poundland store on Bromley High Street will be teaming up with pioneering fashion brand PEP&CO, and celebrating with a Golden Ticket Giveaway.

United Kingdom

A Bromley-born Royal Navy Submarine Commander who was posthumously awarded the Victoria Cross has been honoured at the Bromley War Memorial with a commemorative stone.

Colin Smith

Beckenham Junior Choir and Youth Voices are inviting children and young people aged between 6-18 to a free taster session.

A 51-year-old male has been arrested in Bromley in connection with a series of sexual assaults which have taken place across five different South London boroughs.

London police

Bromley Council voted against plans to open Bullers Wood School for Boys, which would have opened in September, despite approving it last year.

Bromley Council

Fourteen more drivers have been prosecuted and ordered to pay fines totalling £7,484 after being caught misusing a Blue Badge in the absence of the badge holder.

Walnuts shopping centre, Orpington, will be celebrating the Chinese New Year.

London

The decision to approve a planning application to build Bullers Wood School for Boys on St Hugh’s playing fields was not ratified at yesterday’s Development Control Committee.

Peter Fortune

Bromley has one of the lowest rate of acid attacks in London in the past three years, new figures have shown.

Metropolitan Police

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