A council’s CCTV fly-tipping campaign has caught more people on camera dumping their rubbish.

Redbridge Council is appealing to the public to report people if they recognise any of the latest culprits.

The authority launched its Wall of Shame CCTV campaign last year where images of people caught dumping rubbish are posted on a dedicated website.

The council’s site has had thousands of views and has led to a number of people being identified and fined for fly-tipping in the borough.

The most recent images show someone dumping a mattress, suitcase and black bin bags full of waste.

The council runs a free bulky waste collection service so it says there is no need for people to dump large items illegally.

Cllr Jas Athwal, council leader, said: “Fly-tippers are a real scourge on society. Nobody wants people dumping rubbish on our streets and we take a zero-tolerance approach to those caught breaking the law.

“I’m pleased to say the Wall of Shame is quickly becoming a potent weapon in our fightback against fly-tipping, so if you recognise someone in the videos please do get in touch.

“By working together we can catch the culprits.”

You can watch the Wall of Shame page on the council’s website (link: www.redbridge.gov.uk/crime-and-public-safety/redbridge-wall-of-shame).

If you recognise anyone, you can get in touch by completing the online form. Reports can be made anonymously.