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Dramatic footage shows stolen Range Rover rammed repeatedly into other cars in East London


Shocking footage shows the driver of a stolen Range Rover causing carnage on an East London street, being repeatedly rammed into another car.

The incident happened on Benson Avenue, Newham.

In the video you can see the Range Rover hitting repeatedly into a BMW convertible.

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Eventually the 4×4 smashes the smaller one aside and drives off down the road.

Other cars on the road were damaged in the chaos with the cameraman filming the side of another damaged vehicle.

The Range Rover was also clearly badly damaged with the whole side of it left heavily crumpled.

Alarmed witnesses can be heard swearing and repeatedly saying: “Call the police.”

It was reportedly stolen from outside a property on Melford Road, E6, about a mile away from Benson Avenue.

It was later found abandoned nearby on Claughton Road.

A spokesperson for the Met Police said: “Police were called at around 6.40pm on Sunday September 13 to reports of a car stolen from outside of a property on Melford Road, E6.

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“Officers attended and later found the car abandoned on Claughton Road, E13.

“While on scene, officers were approached by a number of witnesses who said that the stolen car had collided with several vehicles on Benson Avenue before moving onto Claughton Road where the driver got out and into another car.

“Enquiries are ongoing to trace the driver. No arrests have been made.”

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