Fight to stamp out littering continues

A BATCH of CCTV images have been released as part of a continuing campaign to stamp out the blight of litter across the borough.

Officers at Boston Borough Council are using CCTV cameras as a deterrent to try to stop people dropping their rubbish in the street – and have teamed up with The Standard to release pictures of people they want to get in touch with in connection with allegedly littering.

Anyone caught littering could face a £75 fixed penalty notice if they are successfully linked to the littering incidents in question.

Since the campaign began a total of 68 fixed penalty fines have been issued.

This includes people who had their pictures published in the Boston Standard and cases where offenders’ identities had already been confirmed.

Of those 30 have paid their £75 fines, six are still pending, 14 were cancelled on appeal and 18 had moved from the last address known.

Take a look at last week’s Standard to see if you know any of the people caught on camera.

If you think you know any of the four people pictured on this page contact Kath Mountain at the council’s Fen Road depot by calling 01205 311112 or email kath.mountain@boston.gov.uk

You can send information anonymously and your details will not be divulged.

l What do you think to the campaign? Email your views to andrew.brookes@jpress.co.uk