Thieves again target Woolwich Cemetery

Thieves have again partly dismantled a wall surrounding Woolwich cemetery in an attempt to steal parts of the wall.

The latest damage was along Camdale Road in Plumstead (Woolwich cemetery is located in Plumstead). Damage was previously made to a surrounding wall in April 2020:

Courtesy Greenwich Council. April 2020

Bricks were neatly laid out but the attempt was discovered before collection:

Anyone with information can contact police at 101.

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2 thoughts on “Thieves again target Woolwich Cemetery

  • October 5, 2020 at 5:32 pm
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    Thieves are well aware that you have more chance of seeing Tony Blair as seeing a single policemen…any time day or night

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  • October 6, 2020 at 1:29 am
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    How sick and low can people stoop too to nick from a Cemetery. I hope they are caught before even more damage is done.

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