lorry dumped in Roehampton after killing
are appealing for information and witnesses in Roehampton following
the murder of a 52-year-old Robert Wilson during a break in at a
haulage company in Chessington on Friday 26.9.03. The getaway was
made in a stolen AGS lorry which was dumped and set alight on Bessborough
Way, Roehampton sometime on the 26th September.
The Ambulance Service called police at 0600 on Friday morning to
the premises of AGS Transport, Unit A, Davis Road, Chessington after
the body of the Mr Wilson (a security guard at the premises) was
found by staff arriving at work.
Police are now treating his death as murder. A post mortem, which
took place yesterday at Kingston mortuary, revealed cause of death
to be head injuries.
Officers from Serious Crime Group South are investigating the murder
and break in. Itís believed the suspect(s) broke into the premises
of AGS Transport at sometime between 19:30 hours on Thursday the
25.9.03 and 0600 hours on the 26.9.03.
Suspect(s) made off from the scene in a lorry stolen from the haulage
company, they also took a safe. The lorry was later found burnt
out at Bessborough Way in Roehampton yesterday morning. The safe
has not yet been recovered and no arrests have been made at this
DCI Julian Wyard is leading the investigation:
"We are not only seeking witnesses to the events surrounding
the murder and break in at Davis Road, but to anyone who may have
seen anything at Bessborough Way in Roehampton yesterday morning,
where the lorry was set alight. We are urging anyone who saw anything
unusual to contact police urgently."
with information can call the incident room at Sidcup on 0208 2176461,
where their call will be treated with the strictest confidence or
they can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
October 2, 2003
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