Bromley police continue to target uninsured drivers

PUBLISHED: 10:21 25 October 2012

Bromley cars are towed away as part of Operation Cubo.

Bromley cars are towed away as part of Operation Cubo.


A total of 16 uninsured vehicles were seized across Bromley on Tuesday (23) as the borough police continue to crackdown on criminals using the roads.

Arrests were also made for offences including burglary, money laundering and drug related crimes.

This was the twelfth major day of action for Operation Cubo, with police creating road-side check points - as well as offering tips on how to avoid vehicle crime.

Chf Insp Carron Schusler said: “The overwhelming majority of people who don’t insure their cars are also habitual criminals and we are targeting these criminals by denying them the use of the roads so it’s much harder for them to commit crime.

“Cubo uses highly visible, but effective tactics that capture criminals in the act and deter their offending, while reclaiming London’s roads for responsible and law-abiding drivers.”

Bromley police have seized and removed more than 460 vehicles for the borough’s roads since March.

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