Appeal to trace woman over Chessington robbery

Police are appealing to the public for help in the search for a woman wanted in connection to two burglaries in South West London.

On Friday (January 8), London’s Metropolitan Police issued a statement and appeal to trace Tamara Clifton, 40, who is wanted to connection to two robberies and the reported breaching of her bail conditions.

Police said she has been linked to two robberies that took place last year, including one in Chessington in December.

The other took place in Notting Hill, near where Clifton previously lived in Ladbroke Grove.

A spokesperson for the Met said:

“She previously lived in the Ladbroke Grove area of Notting Hill, and has ties to the Kensington and Chelsea, and Hammersmith and Fulham areas.

“She is also known to visit the Wandsworth, Merton, Richmond and Kingston, specifically Chessington.”

The Met Police’s Detective Constable Rowena Toni is working on the case:

“We have carried out extensive enquiries to locate Tamara Clifton and these are ongoing,” she said.

“I urge anyone who has seen this woman or knows where she might be staying to contact police,” she added.

Anyone who has information regarding Clifton’s location is asked to call police on 101 or tweet @MetCC quoting CAD1341/15AUG20.

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