A huge fly-tipping operation which saw 600 tonnes of rubbish dumped on wasteland in High Wycombe is still being investigated months on.

No arrests have yet been made in the Environment Agency (EA) probe into the major fly-tip which happened overnight on January 29 this year at Cressex Island.

Thirty lorry loads of shredded rubbish was brought into the site - which is right opposite the Empire Cinema, which would have been busy with movie-goers watching the newly released 1917 film.

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The EA is still urging anyone who may have seen what happened to come forward and help their investigation nearly three months on.

An EA spokesman said this week: "“We would still like to hear from anyone who saw people appearing to dump waste illegally near the Empire Cinema at Cressex Island on Wednesday 29 January, or the early hours of the following day, 30 January.

“Film-goers at the cinema to see 1917 might have noticed a person standing on their own in Crest Road.

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"Our crime team thinks that man or woman was a lookout for the criminals.

"Perhaps you saw lorries in the area, or a digger, and thought nothing of it at the time. It may be helpful to our investigation.

“Some 30 lorry-loads of waste – about 600 tonnes – were dumped illegally at Cressex Island that night.

"The Environment Agency wants to bring those responsible before the courts."

Anyone with any information should call the Environment Agency incident hotline on 0800 807060, or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.