Did clueless fly tippers in the Fens overnight leave a clue - such as their name and address?

PUBLISHED: 13:51 13 July 2020 | UPDATED: 13:51 13 July 2020

The fly tipping that greeted early morning commuters in the Fens on July 13. Council officials responded quickly and believe they may have dscovered a clue as to who was responsible.

The fly tipping that greeted early morning commuters in the Fens on July 13. Council officials responded quickly and believe they may have dscovered a clue as to who was responsible.

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Council officials believe they can identify those responsible for fly tipping a large quantity of household effects in the Fens.

The fly tipping that greeted early morning commuters in the Fens on July 13. Council officials responded quickly and believe they may have dscovered a clue as to who was responsible. The fly tipping that greeted early morning commuters in the Fens on July 13. Council officials responded quickly and believe they may have dscovered a clue as to who was responsible.

The rubbish was dumped on a road at Floods Ferry near March overnight and spotted by motorists on their way to work today (Monday).

However, Cllr Jan French believes a clue to the identity of the people who owned the rubbish may have been inadvertently left at the scene.

A carrier bag found amidst the pile is thought to have contained the identity of possible suspects: the name and address found is of someone from March.

Cllr French warned that if culprits are found “they can expect a massive fine, and all because they didn’t want to pay someone to collect is responsibly”.

The fly tipping that greeted early morning commuters in the Fens on July 13. Council officials responded quickly and believe they may have dscovered a clue as to who was responsible.The fly tipping that greeted early morning commuters in the Fens on July 13. Council officials responded quickly and believe they may have dscovered a clue as to who was responsible.

A year ago a couple from St John’s Chase, March, were ordered to pay more than £2,000 in fines and court costs after being prosecuted by Fenland District Council.

They were convicted two years after being responsible for a vehicle which was involved in fly-tipping at Wype Drove, Eastrea, on October 2, 2017.

If you see anyone fly-tipping in your area, you can report it via Fenland District Council’s website at: www.fenland.gov.uk/clean-streets, via Twitter or Facebook @FenlandCouncil or in person at any of its one stop shops, customer services centres or community hubs.

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