The mystery of the unidentified beast of Highgate appears to have been solved. A week ago, a dog walker reported seeing a strange creature in the famous cemetery. Now, ITV News can reveal what's been lurking there. A wallaby, finally caught on camera yesterday.
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A double garage in north London has been sold for £251,000 at auction, well above the average house price.
The unit in Highgate includes two lock-up garages, and was snapped up for three times the original guide price of £80,000. The price of the average home in the UK is currently around 170,000.
Property website Zoopla describes it as: "Conveniently situated with a frontage to Clifton Road, in a popular residential area close to both the local shopping/travelling facilities of Crouch End and Highgate."
The new owners will get mains electricity and water included in the price.
Video has emerged of the moment hundreds of people descended on the £1 million property in Highgate after hearing about it on Facebook. Thousands of pounds worth of damage was caused, and police were called in to break it up. Watch the video here.
Speaking the Evening Standard, Catherine Seale urged parents to make sure their children check their privacy settings on Facebook.
The last thing I told him before I went away was 'don't have any parties'.
They could have been killed. Even though it had been cleaned up when I got back from France, everything felt sticky and dirty and it stunk.
There was vomit in the sitting room, cushions were completely ruined, and the sofa stank for days.
All parents should be warned that this could happen if you go away and leave your 17-year-old alone.
- The property's owner, Catherine Seale was on holiday in France with her husband when the party was held on Saturday
- She got a call from a friend telling her what was going on
- Neighbours claim six police back-up units were needed to break up the crowd
Police were called to a £1 million property in north London to break up a party after 600 people turned up. According to the Evening Standard, the event was advertised on Facebook by a friend of 17-year-old Christopher Seale. He didn't realise the information could be seen by anyone.
A schoolgirl who went missing in Highgate Woods has been found safe, police said.
Nine-year-old Rosie James, who had been with her mother in the woods, had arranged to meet her friend nearby but never turned up.
Rosie went missing around 2pm on Friday, but the Met said she was found by a member of the public later that evening and would now be reunited with her family.
A police spokesman said there would not be a criminal investigation into her disappearance.
Police have launched a search after a nine year-old girl went missing in Highgate Woods in North London.
Rosie James from Hornsey was last seen this afternoon. The Met's helicopter was deployed this evening to try to spot her. Police say her disappearance is out of character.
Queueing traffic due to accident on A1 Archway Road Southbound at Holmesdale Road, congestion to B550 Southwood Lane (The Woodman Traffic Lights).
A 91-year-old was in court to see her mugger jailed. Lynne Elmer-Laird suffered a blood clot in her brain. The man who caused her injuries has been put behind bars for 11 years.
Eric Banton violently assaulted the pensioner for the £20 in her purse.
Lynne Elmer-Laird was on her way to the shops in August, when she was robbed in the street by Banton.
She was left with serious injuries and still bears the scars of her ordeal. Rags Martel has been to speak to her, as her attacker was sentenced.
A warning, you may find some of the pictures of the victim's injuries distressing.