Hunt to find thieves who crashed stolen Land Rover in Kilburn
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The hunt is on to find the thieves who stole a Land Rover before crashing it through railings in Kilburn.
Fortunately no one was hurt when the crooks lost control of the vehicle and mounted the pavement in Kilburn High Road before fleeing on foot.
Officers from Brent Police had been chasing the vehicle after it was flagged up as being stolen.
The car has been returned to its rightful owner albeit with some minor damage.
Officers from Brent Police uploaded the image of the aftermath of the crash on August 16 on social media website Twitter.
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Anyone with information should call Brent Police on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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