A person who fly-tipped in Buckinghamshire before fleeing the country has been fined.

The individual, who travelled from Cheshunt in Hertfordshire, dumped their trash at Gatemoor Lane in Penn, High Wycombe in December last year.

In all, the person in question has been fined £1,617.

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In a brief tweet by Bucks Fly Tipping on Friday, July 23, they said: “Barnet carrier fined £1,617 after this waste (from Cheshunt, Herts) found Dec'20 dumped at Gatemoor Lane, Penn, #HighWycombe, Bucks Employee dumped waste and left UK.

“Carrier left responsible under #wastedutyofcare Traced from evidence found at scene #SCRAPflytipping.”