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CCTV system to be extended to illegal dumping sites

The use of covert cameras is to be extended to more illegal dumping blackspots in Kerry in the hope of providing conviction securing evidence.

A CCTV surveillance system has recently been trialled by Kerry County Council at remote dumping sites and early indications are positive, according to the council.

In 2013, Kerry County Council investigated 419 cases of illegal dumping. While 75 on the spot fines were issued, there was only one successful prosecution in court.

It is hoped the cameras will provide the evidence need to convict culprits who are becoming increasingly difficult to catch in the act. The maximum fine under the Litter Act is 3,000.

Litter wardens are faced with the task of sifting through bags of rubbish in an effort to find clues providing documentary proof, such as addressed envelopes of people doing the dumping.

Environmental awareness officer Michael O Coileain yesterday said while dumpers were becoming “more discreet”, it is hoped the cameras will provide good visual evidence.

“The new battery operated cameras are very efficient and they are proving effective, but it’s amazing the lengths to which some people go to dump illegally,” he said.

“It costs just 3 to dispose of a bag of rubbish, yet some people will drive further than their nearest recycling centre to dump stuff illegally, after taking great trouble before they leave home to ensure they leave no clues in the rubbish.”

Favourite dumping areas include some well known beauty spots, bogs, forests, parks, and disused quarries, while people also throw rubbish in over bridges.

Killarney independent councillor Brendan Cronin, who has been highlighting the problem, called on members of th nike shop e public to report offenders.

“As cute and all as they nike shop think they are, they can sometimes leave clues in the rubbish. I know of one case in which the address on a m nike shop edical prescription bottle provided the evidence,” he said. “There’s an increasing incidence of this type of dumping of household rubbish on quiet, rural roads and it really has to be stamped out.

“People who do it have no sense of shame and are undoing nike shop a lot of good work by others who are trying to keep the countryside clean. Dumping is also damaging our tourist industry as these people don’t care where they throw their stuff.”

CCTV shows woman wanted over handbag theft from Lee

Police have released the still image from a camera in Co op in Lee on the Solent’s High Street after a 61 year old woman’s handbag was stolen.

The woman left her handbag in a shopping trolley and went out of the store before realising she had forgotten it.

But when she returned to the store, a thief had taken the red or dark pink bag containing Karen Millan sunglasses, two Clinique lipsticks, reading glasses and a bank card.

It happened in the morning of Wednesday, January 9 but police have only now released details.

PC Jason Bishop from the Alver Valley Safer Neighbourhoods team said: ‘I would like to hear from anyone who can help us to identify the woman pictured in the CCTV as I believe she may be able to assist with our enquiry.’

Anyone with information should call PC Bishop on 101.

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