PICTURED: Belvedere police find 'disgusting' house after squatter raid

PICTURED: Belvedere police find "disgusting" house after squatter raid

PICTURED: Belvedere police find "disgusting" house after squatter raid

PICTURED: Belvedere police find "disgusting" house after squatter raid

PICTURED: Belvedere police find "disgusting" house after squatter raid

PICTURED: Belvedere police find "disgusting" house after squatter raid

PICTURED: Belvedere police find "disgusting" house after squatter raid

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Two men wanted for crimes in Poland have been arrested in a dawn raid on a Belvedere squat.

Bexley Police’s Neighbourhood Policing Teams executed a warrant at the house in Gilbert Road just after 7am on Tuesday (July 22).

Four Polish men were arrested at the scene on suspicion of illegal squatting in a residential premises and bypassing the electricity meter.

Sergeant Chris Molnar, of Bexley police, who was at the scene, told News Shopper: "It was disgraceful and disgusting how the property had been lived in.

"I have gone into all the other neighbours and you have seen what the house should look like, it was sad that they have treated it that way.

"They are nice homes and they have treated it in a disgraceful way.

"The neighbours are happy with the situation now."

The men, aged 49, 56, and two aged 41, all remain in custody at a south London police station.

Sergeant Molnar added: "This is a great result for us.

"We have managed to help reclaim this property that has been abused by these men, as well as working in partnership with Immigration to remove three of them who have been in the UK illegally.

"The damage and mess caused by these men has affected the lives of local residents, and this has now thankfully come to an end."

PC Pete Rose added: "Working in partnership with other agencies such as the Immigration Service will help us reduce crime in the area. "It was a bonus to find out that two of these suspects are wanted in Poland and will now be returned there to face punishment for their crimes."

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2:51pm Tue 22 Jul 14

Joelo says...

Tip & iceberg spring to mind
Tip & iceberg spring to mind Joelo
  • Score: 35

7:49pm Tue 22 Jul 14

The Beast of Belvedere says...

Send the buggers back
Send the buggers back The Beast of Belvedere
  • Score: 35

10:38am Wed 23 Jul 14

concerned.erith says...

This is tidy compared to what I had left for me by a tennant! She was vetted by an estate agent (HA) but then refused to move out when requested. I got a possesion order which she ignored and had to get a court bailiff to take back posession of MY property - and pay for the privilidge.

The filthy b1tch left an appalling mess which took 3 weeks to clear out (more expense for me). I also found out that debt agencies and 3 council were after her so I gave all the baliffs contact details for her family she put on the agreement.

I do have one consolation - her husband was only supposed to be in the UK if he lived at that address even though he knew they were not going to be there so I contacted the Home Office and gave them all the info to. Hopefully he got kicked out!
This is tidy compared to what I had left for me by a tennant! She was vetted by an estate agent (HA) but then refused to move out when requested. I got a possesion order which she ignored and had to get a court bailiff to take back posession of MY property - and pay for the privilidge. The filthy b1tch left an appalling mess which took 3 weeks to clear out (more expense for me). I also found out that debt agencies and 3 council were after her so I gave all the baliffs contact details for her family she put on the agreement. I do have one consolation - her husband was only supposed to be in the UK if he lived at that address even though he knew they were not going to be there so I contacted the Home Office and gave them all the info to. Hopefully he got kicked out! concerned.erith
  • Score: 15

12:22pm Wed 23 Jul 14

Joelo says...

concerned.erith wrote:
This is tidy compared to what I had left for me by a tennant! She was vetted by an estate agent (HA) but then refused to move out when requested. I got a possesion order which she ignored and had to get a court bailiff to take back posession of MY property - and pay for the privilidge.

The filthy b1tch left an appalling mess which took 3 weeks to clear out (more expense for me). I also found out that debt agencies and 3 council were after her so I gave all the baliffs contact details for her family she put on the agreement.

I do have one consolation - her husband was only supposed to be in the UK if he lived at that address even though he knew they were not going to be there so I contacted the Home Office and gave them all the info to. Hopefully he got kicked out!
I wouldn't hold your breath!
[quote][p][bold]concerned.erith[/bold] wrote: This is tidy compared to what I had left for me by a tennant! She was vetted by an estate agent (HA) but then refused to move out when requested. I got a possesion order which she ignored and had to get a court bailiff to take back posession of MY property - and pay for the privilidge. The filthy b1tch left an appalling mess which took 3 weeks to clear out (more expense for me). I also found out that debt agencies and 3 council were after her so I gave all the baliffs contact details for her family she put on the agreement. I do have one consolation - her husband was only supposed to be in the UK if he lived at that address even though he knew they were not going to be there so I contacted the Home Office and gave them all the info to. Hopefully he got kicked out![/p][/quote]I wouldn't hold your breath! Joelo
  • Score: 12

2:02pm Wed 23 Jul 14

concerned.erith says...

Joelo wrote:
concerned.erith wrote:
This is tidy compared to what I had left for me by a tennant! She was vetted by an estate agent (HA) but then refused to move out when requested. I got a possesion order which she ignored and had to get a court bailiff to take back posession of MY property - and pay for the privilidge.

The filthy b1tch left an appalling mess which took 3 weeks to clear out (more expense for me). I also found out that debt agencies and 3 council were after her so I gave all the baliffs contact details for her family she put on the agreement.

I do have one consolation - her husband was only supposed to be in the UK if he lived at that address even though he knew they were not going to be there so I contacted the Home Office and gave them all the info to. Hopefully he got kicked out!
I wouldn't hold your breath!
I know but can still hope he's gone.

At lease I think I've managed to stop her ever getting past any further estate agents or getting credit - I gave all the names and aliases she had and am still contemplating getting in touch with her church!

Oh to see the look on her face when her congregation know about her!
[quote][p][bold]Joelo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]concerned.erith[/bold] wrote: This is tidy compared to what I had left for me by a tennant! She was vetted by an estate agent (HA) but then refused to move out when requested. I got a possesion order which she ignored and had to get a court bailiff to take back posession of MY property - and pay for the privilidge. The filthy b1tch left an appalling mess which took 3 weeks to clear out (more expense for me). I also found out that debt agencies and 3 council were after her so I gave all the baliffs contact details for her family she put on the agreement. I do have one consolation - her husband was only supposed to be in the UK if he lived at that address even though he knew they were not going to be there so I contacted the Home Office and gave them all the info to. Hopefully he got kicked out![/p][/quote]I wouldn't hold your breath![/p][/quote]I know but can still hope he's gone. At lease I think I've managed to stop her ever getting past any further estate agents or getting credit - I gave all the names and aliases she had and am still contemplating getting in touch with her church! Oh to see the look on her face when her congregation know about her! concerned.erith
  • Score: 8

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