Police Seek Teen in Connection with Ten Bus Robberies

Madona Hamzie suspected of robbing 88 year-old blind man on 220 bus

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Police have released CCTV footage and images of a woman they would like to speak with in connection with ten theft offences at bus stops or on buses across Londfon, including Hammersmith.

Madona Hamzie, 18, who is known to have associates in north east London is wanted in connection with offences where the victims were followed from banks to bus stops or onto buses, where they were pick-pocketed.

CCTV footage shows an offence on October 14 2013 where an 88 year-old blind man was followed for over 30 minutes from a bank in Hammersmith and onto a Route 220 bus in Wandsworth where he was pick-pocketed and over £1,700 taken.

Other offences took place between March 26 2011 and January14 2014 in Croydon, Hammersmith, Wandsworth, Haringey, Hackney, Kingston, Brent.

Anyone with any information should contact PC Sam Livsey on 07787 669281, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111 quoting reference 131761.

A second woman has been charged and is currently on remand awaiting trial for conspiracy to steal.

CCTV image of Madona Hamzie


April 2, 2014