Ar­rest made in case of vile abuse discs

Po­lice urge peo­ple to hand them in to of­fi­cers

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - NEWS - By Amita Joshi amita.joshi@trin­i­tymir­

THAMES Val­ley Po­lice have ar­rested a 35-yearold man from Hemel Hemp­stead on sus­pi­cion of dis­tribut­ing in­de­cent im­ages and pos­ses­sion of in­de­cent im­ages in Amer­sham.

The ar­rest, on Sun­day morn­ing, is in re­la­tion to the on­go­ing in­ves­ti­ga­tion into a num­ber of discs found in streets and gar­dens of homes in Che­sham and Amer­sham over the last week.

Chiltern and South Bucks CID strongly ad­vise peo­ple not to upload the CDs to view the con­tent but to hand them into po­lice. It is un­der­stood they may con­tain re­li­gious warn­ings, of­fen­sive and illegal porno­graphic ma­te­rial and com­puter viruses.

The man is be­lieved to have de­liv­ered discs in the area of Park Place, Plan­ta­tion Road and Round­wood Road in Amer­sham.

Of­fi­cers fol­lowed up with house to house en­quiries to­day to re­trieve any discs they may have been given.

Po­lice have re­ceived sev­eral re­ports of discs dur­ing the last week left in flower­boxes/beds in The Spin­ney and Broad Street, Che­sham, and Whielden Street, Amer­sham.

In­ves­ti­gat­ing of­fi­cer PC Bridge­worth from Chiltern and South Bucks Lo­cal CID, said: “I would urge any­one who re­ceives, or finds, one of these discs not to open them on their com­puter or lap­top, but to ei­ther con­tact us via 101 quot­ing URN 509 (13/9) or to hand it in to their near­est po­lice sta­tion. The disc con­tains writ­ing and a sym­bolic cross in black. I would like to thank the public for their con­tin­ued help in this mat­ter.”

The Bucks Advertiser/ Ex­am­iner asked a Rabbi to trans­late the words writ­ten on the front of the disc. The words were He­brew and are be­lieved to trans­late as ‘we are one’.

If any­one has any in­for­ma­tion about these discs and their dis­tri­bu­tion that could as­sist the po­lice, no mat­ter how small a de­tail this may seem, then please con­tact Chiltern and South Bucks Lo­cal CID via 101.

If you do not want to speak di­rectly to the po­lice you can con­tact the char­ity Crimestop­pers anony­mously on 0800 555 111.

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