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A man posing as a fake gardener was caught on CCTV as he stole £8,000 from the 83-year-old from Hornchurch.

Three cars were believed to have been involved in the crash.

A 21-year-old man crashed into the barrier on the A12 eastbound on Monday, May 14.

A Met Police officer has been sacked after she was caught lying about her attendance at work.

Emergency services have been called after a car crashed into a shop in Harold Hill.

A teenager has been arrested after allegedly carrying a large hunting knife in a Romford McDonald’s.

Police and emergency services were called after a van overturned and went through the central reservation in a busy Romford road.

The two-year-old boy who was injured in a collision in Rainham yesterday is now in a stable condition.

Met Police have issued advice for spectators ahead of the London Marathon on Sunday.

Police believe that a man from Bristol who has been missing since last Thursday is believed to be in the Romford area.

A man was arrested after he was heard shouting abusive language and racial slurs at people in Romford town centre.

A gang rammed a van into a small family-run business, causing thousands of pounds worth of damage.

Roads have been reopened at the scene where a man was shot dead by police in Collier Row yesterday (April 9).

The Recorder was live at the scene in Collier Row this morning after a man was shot dead by police.

The first photos from the scene of the shooting in Collier Row have shown a police cordon in place at a garage on Collier Row Road.

A man was shot dead by police in Collier Row this morning.

A “heartless” thief stole a charity tin from a fish and chip shop that was raising money for a three-year-old girl from Hornchurch with a rare form of cancer.

Police and emergency services were called after a car crashed into the railings at the Oldchurch roundabout in Romford.

The man who died after a crash in Rainham has been named by the Met Police.

A man has been taken to hospital after a collision in Romford town centre this afternoon.

Up to 80 Havering firefighters and eight fire engines ran an emergency training exercise in Rainham last week, along with ambulance and police support.

His comments are following an incident where a woman was hit by a bus outside of the station at the start of last month.

For several months our police service in Havering has been operating under a trial merger with neighbouring boroughs in Redbridge and Barking and Dagenham.

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Pensioners suffered at the hand of thieves yesterday as two burglaries were committed just a few miles apart.

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