FRIDGES, freezers and TVs were found dumped in a New Forest car park.

The fly-tipped electrical items were discovered in the Shepherds Gutter car park in Bramshaw.

The rubbish was cleared by Forestry England and police are appealing for information to track down the culprits who dumped the items.

A post on the New Forest Heart Cops Facebook page on Wednesday, October 20, said: "Can you help us identify this rubbish that was dumped in the Shepherds Gutter car park in Bramshaw.

"It looks like it is fridges, freezers, TV’s and computers, possibly from a shop or hotel refit. As you can see Forestry England is already having it removed but if you know whose rubbish it is or even who dumped it please let us know."

A spokesperson for Forestry England’s local team said: “Forestry England has already arranged for the removal of the waste dumped in our car park in Bramshaw.

"The remaining waste will be removed once it’s been checked for evidence, but as it’s a larger than average fly-tip it will require a specialist vehicle to clear it all away.

"Forestry England works closely with Hampshire Constabulary and the New Forest District Council to tackle fly-tipping and keep the New Forest litter free.

"We work with our partners to act swiftly and this includes investigating fly-tips, prosecuting those responsible whenever possible and raising awareness with householders and businesses about how to dispose of their waste correctly.

"We urge all businesses and householders to check that the company or individual who is offering to take their waste has a waste carriers licence. This can be checked on the Environment Agency’s website. If they do not have a licence, do not use them.”

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to email

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