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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

Merton Police Urgently want to speak with Sean Clarke-Arrindell (pictured) in connection with a serious assault on one of our police officers on Tuesday 13th June 2017.

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In the video, the police officer can be seen clinging on to the bonnet of the car while it is being driven at speed.

Whilst officers tried to apprehend Mr Clarke-Arrindell in &theaterhe Waitrose Car park, Wimbledon, he drove off at speed with an officer holding onto the car bonnet. The officer was then thrown from the car as it made off at speed. Luckily he is now recovering from the minor injuries he sustained.

He drove off at speed with an officer holding onto the car bonnet. The officer was then thrown from the car as it made off at speed. Luckily he is now recovering from the minor injuries he sustained.

If you see Mr Clarke-Arrindell or have any information as to his current whereabouts please call 101 or 999 in an emergency.

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