Officers have visited the scene to assess the damage caused
not taken as it should have been due to a miscommunication.
“We have since made contact with the informant to apologise and obtain further details.
“Officers have visited the scene to assess the damage caused and enquiries continue.
“There have been no arrests at this stage.”
The statement added: “We would always encourage members of the public to report such incidents and where possible provide evidential material, including photographs, if it can be obtained without putting anyone at risk.”
Miss Cooper, who works in Ruislip, posted pictures of the damage caused online, sparking an uproar against the driver and the police.
The lorry belongs to Hampshire Insulations, based in Southampton, and the company apologised for the damage caused.
The company said the driver of the lorry will be submitting a statement to the Metropolitan Police and that their insurance company will be dealing with the claims from the cars’ owners.
A CLOSE SCRAPE: The lorry owned by Hampshire Insulations collided with cars in Ruislip – at first police said they could not investigate unless the vehicle owners complained themselves