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Van filmed on CCTV pushing Dan Lassman's car from behind in Ranelagh Road, Sheerness


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A motorist is appealing for information after a van driver was filmed pushing his parked car down the road.

The CCTV footage, which shows a white van pulling up behind a black Peugeot 207 before shunting it several yards forward, was taken in Ranelagh Road, Sheerness.

The car belongs to Dan Lassman, who lives in the street.

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The van pulls up behind the car
The van pulls up behind the car

He said: “I had been in that day and I came out at about 5pm to get my son from nursery and I just knew I hadn’t parked my car there.

“So I asked my missus if she had driven it and she said no so I went to have a look and there were paint chips and scrapes over the back of the car.

“When it’s a fairly newish car, you don’t want people damaging it.”

Video: Van shunts parked car several yards down the road

There was also damage to the boot and rear bumper of the vehicle, which the 23-year-old bought about seven months ago.

Mr Lassman said he has permission to park in front of garages shown in the video from a neighbour who also owns the CCTV camera they checked to see how the car moved.

The van pushes the Peugeot forward
The van pushes the Peugeot forward
The van reverses and the driver gets out
The van reverses and the driver gets out

The dad-of-two added: “During the day it can be a bit of a free-for-all [on the road] because you do get a lot of people who park and walk into town rather than pay for a ticket or you get a lot of the staff in town but there’s quite a lot of free space.”

The incident happened just before 2.30pm on Monday.

Do you have any information? Email timesguardian@thekmgroup.co.uk or call 01795 580300.


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