My £100k Bentley was stolen & driven wildly across city but cops dropped case even though there’s CCTV… it’s a disgrace

A MAN’S £100k Bentley was stolen and driven wildly across the city.

Anwar Patel, 40, said the car was nicked from outside his home in East Ham, London, last Tuesday.

The Bentley was stolen from East Ham, London


The Bentley was stolen from East Ham, LondonCredit: Instagram/StreetDrama_UK/TNG

The theft happened around 2am while the family slept.

Anwar, who has changed his name for protection, has since blasted cops after claiming he was told the case was being dropped due to a lack of evidence.

Despite sending CCTV footage to the Met Police on the morning of the incident, the family claims the force said no further action could be taken.

He told the MailOnline: “The police have been absolutely dismal.

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“They haven’t done anything.”

Anwar said he has four separate videos of the car being taken.

He also claims to have mugshots of the alleged theives.

He added: They have images and they just do nothing.

“If that’s how quick they close the case it’s a joke.”

It is understood the gang managed to get access to the vehicle by using keyless technology.

The car was later involved in a collision which saw it smash into the front of a Suzuki.

As the suspect tried to drive off, he pinned a woman in her 60s up against the car.

Footage of the crash was caught on camera.

The victim was left screaming in agony as the bumper of the car crumples behind her legs.

Despite the fleeing driver reversing she ended up needing to go to hospital for her injuries.

Anwar said the family weren’t informed by cops the car had been involved in a crash.

A spokesperson for the Met Police said: “Police were called at 06:42hrs on Tuesday, 24 January to reports of a stolen car on Kensington Avenue, Newham.

“The crime was investigated as far as reasonably possible and the case was closed pending further investigative opportunities to identify and bring to justice the suspect.

“However, a report of a road traffic collision and grievous bodily harm was received by police at 09:06hrs on St Awdry’s Road, Barking.

“Enquiries established this incident was linked to the theft. The two incidents will form the same investigation.

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“Enquiries are ongoing into both crimes.

“The victim has been notified throughout.”


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