Weapons arch set up at Eltham McDonalds after recent violence

Police today set up an arch at the entrance to Eltham High Street McDonalds to detect those carrying weapons. At least one arrest for knife possession was made.

It follows a series of incidents around the fast food restaurant in recent months.

Yesterday saw arches set up at Woolwich Arsenal station. Three were arrested including one man who attacked police. A discarded knife was also found.

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One thought on “Weapons arch set up at Eltham McDonalds after recent violence

  • February 14, 2020 at 5:55 am
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    Excellent. Keep up your good work. Yet another knife off the streets of London. Knives found in yesterdays and todays operations. So again this proves these operations are very successful.

    We really do all need to work together to tackle knife crime so we can make our streets safer for all.

    The Eltham area as seen a rise in crime over the last few months

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