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Drug Dealers on corner outside Barclays Bank

Reported anonymously at 15:02, Thu 14 September 2017

Sent to Harrow Borough Council 3 minutes later

Drug dealers seen loitering on the corner outside Barclays Bank. They look like the same ones who used to loiter around Wealdstone High St. Looks like the police have moved them from Wealdstone into the centre of Harrow, must be more customers there.

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  • They also use the alleyway opposite which leads to Iceland car park, have done so ever since McDonald's got security staff in and stopped them coming inside to deal. They are also using the chicken shop opposite Gold's gym. That is their 'strip'.

    Posted anonymously at 18:35, Thu 14 September 2017

  • Time to gate off the alleys in Harrow, as they use these as rat runs to hide from the police.

    Posted anonymously at 11:05, Wed 20 September 2017

  • They use bikes a lot, there is an expensive white bike left by Barclays bank in Wealdstone all the time which belongs to a drug dealer; if they put the double barriers across the alleys and paths it would shut off the rat runs for the cyclists. However, the council would rather spend the money on benches to attract drunks and people dropping litter everywhere.

    Posted anonymously at 20:38, Fri 22 September 2017

  • Soon shoppers will turn their backs on Harrow Town Centre as it has become a ghetto. Private buyers of all those disgusting tower blocks will have a big shock when they move in.

    Posted anonymously at 15:44, Thu 5 October 2017

  • They were there again last night when I passed by on the bus. I overheard a group of kids in the bus station who were no older than 12 or 13 bragging about their crimes and going to court. There is no hope for these kids and the parents don't care. Then you get the teenage girls who think it is cool to hang around with the drug dealers, like some sort of status fashion accessory.

    Posted anonymously at 16:40, Thu 5 October 2017

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