A XE thief reversed a stolen Range Rover owner onto a Volkswagen Golf after he was chased by angry owners.
Images on social media show the horrifying car crash that occurred at Brigadier Hill, Enfield on Friday.
Photos posted online show the Volkswagen Golf GTI parked on the road, with the Range Rover piled up at an angle.
Witnesses confirmed the GTI and Range Rover were owned by the same couple.
It is said that the couple chased the car thief, who then backed away to try to escape.
A statement by a neighborhood supervisor said the Range Rover was stolen from the Trent Park area where it was being cleaned up.
The vehicle’s tracking system was activated by its owner and traced to Brigadier Hill.
The owner contacted the police on the way to the location.
Then, the suspect panicked and tried to escape the scene, backing the stolen car onto a Volkswagen Golf.
He then fled the scene, running towards Hilly Fields.
Comments on social media claimed that the man was chased by the car owner for a walk before being arrested.
Locals commented on the shocking photos, telling others in the area to be careful with the cars.
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One woman wrote: “Anyone with a black car / Land Rover keep it safe .. our family member got their stolen from driving in Cheshunt.”
Another man said: “A friend of mine also lost a black strip rover on their driveway. Enfield a few weeks ago ”.
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