Police are trying to trace a cyclist who was filmed apparently taking property from a car parked on a driveway in Sutton.
He was captured on a security camera outside the owner's house. The cyclist apparently tested the door handle to find the car was unlocked before opening the boot.
A Tom Tom sat nav and a pair of sunglasses were reported stolen. It happened on Sunday morning at about 5:50am.
Police are investigating a serious assault outside a nightclub in Greenwich.
Officers were called to the incident, outside Studio 338 in the early hours of Sunday June 23, where they found a 21year-old man lying on the street being treated by paramedics.
It is believed he sustained a head injury as a result of an altercation at a bus stop nearby involving four men and one woman.
Another man was also injured in the attack.
Both men were taken to an East London Hospital but have since been released.
Police have released CCTV stills of suspects they wish to trace and are appealing for witnesses to come forward.
A man who left a petite teenager with a broken teeth, a bleeding lip and a bruised face after an unprovoked attack in Plaistow, will be sentenced today.
Michael Ayoade was caught on CCTV footage
At the end of his night shift a bus driver was set upon by two of his passengers. He was punched repeatedly in the middle of the street. Earlier in the journey the pair had tried to pay for their fare with a £20. The driver refused to accept it and a row ensued.
They eventually paid with smaller change and continued their journey but when the bus terminated and the other passengers had left they attacked the driver.
The assault happened at 4.15am on October 14h in Barnet at the end of the 134 bus route. The driver suffered a fractured eye socket in the attack and he has still been unable to work since the incident. Dan Hewitt's report contains images of violence.
This CCTV footage of the attack on the bus driver contains images of the violence.
A bus driver is recovering from a violent attack by two of his passengers.
The assault, which happened in Barnet in north London, was caught on CCTV.
These men are wanted by police following an assault at Wimbledon train station. British Transport police want to speak to the pair - after a couple were attacked last month.
The Met Police has released CCTV images of a man they wish to talk in connection with the shooting of the Russian businessman German Gorbuntsov on March 20th. Mr Gorbuntsov survived despite being hit with six bullets. The images were taken at Canary Wharf station before and after the shooting.
Police found the gun that was used in the shooting on the Isle of Dogs along with a bag. The man in the CCTV pictures is seen with a bag before the shooting but he did not have it afterwards.
A £14 million CCTV hub, which aims to help tackle crime on the railways, has today been officially opened by Transport Secretary Justine Greening.
Phil Bayles reports.
33,000 CCTV cameras will form a new hub giving the British Transport Police access to security cameras across the whole of the railway network in the South East and London Underground.
The system will allow detectives to track individuals who they believe are acting suspiciously in real time.
Officers could then be sent to the location if it is believed a crime has been committed.
The London CCTV hub cost £14m and has been built in Victoria. The BTP say it will help combat crime on the transport network by providing evidence as well as acting as a deterrent.