Gangsters RAM their Land Rover into drug-filled van in front of B&QDecember 8, 2022
Shocking moment gangsters pretending to be police officers repeatedly RAM their Land Rover into white van containing massive amount of cannabis in front of stunned B&Q shoppers
- Three men repeatedly attacked a white Peugeot in Farnborough, Hampshire
- Police reported that the white van contained a large haul of cocaine
- Those inside the Land Rover were not police officers despite flashing blue lights
- Hampshire Police are now appealing for witnesses and information
Shoppers were left stunned after watching a Land Rover repeatedly smash into a white van outside a B&Q store.
Crowds gathered at the home store, in Farnborough, Hampshire, on Tuesday as a black vehicle decked with flashing blue police lights rammed into a white Peugeot van again and again.
Footage filmed just metres away from the incident show the Land Rover sharply pulling forward then reversing into the white van, while two people yank at the doors in an attempt to open them.
As the car pulls forward and reverses into the van for a second time, the doors become visibly dented from impact.
The black Land Rover is then seen to drive away but the incident is by no means over at this point.
Looping around the other cars, the Land Rover then accelerates towards the van head-on and crashes into its boot – shoving it out of the parking space.
The car – still flashing blue lights – loops around for a second time and drives straight into the van wacking it closer to the glass windows of the store.
Three men, said to be of Albanian origin by a Twitter user, were inside the Land Rover which reversed and hit the van another time, causing a wheel to come away.
Crowds watched as the black Land Rover decked with flashing blue police lights rammed into a white Peugeot at a B&Q car park in Farnborough, Hampshire
Officers were called at 5.35pm following the incident on Tuesday, December 6.
Hampshire Police seized a large quantity of cannabis from the back of the Peugeot.
They also stressed that the three men inside the Land Rover were not police officers and detectives have launched an investigation into the incident.
Officers at the scene found a large volume of cannabis in the white van which was abandoned by the two men who inside it
Two men who were inside the Peugeot ran away from the car park.
Another vehicle in the car park was also damaged, along with bollards and one of the store’s windows was cracked during the incident.
Chief Inspector Emma Hart, District Commander for Hart and Rushmoor, said: ‘We are aware this incident could cause concern in the local community, however I would like to assure you that we are taking this report extremely seriously.
‘Officers are also aware of a video circulating on social media and we would ask members of the public not to speculate while officers conduct an investigation.’
Police are now appealing for witnesses and information to help with the investigation.
Anyone with information that may assist the investigation should call 101 or quote reference 44220494188 online.
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