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Man, 35, arrested over CDs that were distributed in the Amersham and Chesham areas

| September 13, 2015


On Sunday 13th September 2015 a 35 year old man from Hemel Hempstead was arrested by Thames Valley Police on suspicion of distributing indecent images and possession of indecent images in Amersham.

This arrest is in relation to the ongoing investigation into a number of CDs found in streets and gardens of homes in the Chiltern area over the last week.

During the last week police received several reports of discs left in flowerboxes/beds in The Spinney and Broad Street, Chesham, and Whielden Street, Amersham.

Chiltern and South Bucks CID are strongly advising people not to upload the CDs to view the content but to hand them into police. It is understood they may contain religious warnings, offensive and illegal pornographic material and computer viruses.

The man is believed to have delivered discs in the area of Park Place, Plantation Road and Roundwood Road in Amersham. Police officers will be making house to house enquiries on Sunday 13th September 2015 to retrieve any discs they may have been given.

The investigating officer, PC Bridgeworth from Chiltern and South Bucks Local CID, said: ‘I would urge anyone who receives, or finds, one of these discs not to open them on their computer or laptop, but to either contact us via 101 quoting URN 509 (13/9) or to hand it in to their nearest police station.

The disc contains writing and a symbolic cross in black.

If anyone has any information about these discs and their distribution that could assist the police, no matter how small a detail this may seem, then please contact Chiltern and South Bucks Local CID via 101.

I would like to thank the public for their continued help in this matter.

Thames Valley Police are advising anyone who does not want to speak directly to the police to contact the independent charity Crimestoppers  anonymously on 0800 555 111. No personal details are taken, information is not traced or recorded and you will not go to court.

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