Sadiq’s Khan controversial scheme is being blasted by angry motorists who have destroyed almost 1,000 Ulez cameras.
Vigilantes known as Blade Runners have targeted Transport for London (TfL) cameras which catch drivers going into the ultra-low emission zones.
There have been 987 offences reported since April 1, of which 767 have been for damages and 220 have been theft, according to data released by the Met Police.
Three people have been charged so far – one has had their case drop and two have been arrested and then granted bail.
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The Met Police has said: “The Met continues to treat criminal activity in relation to Ulez seriously and has deployed considerable resources to our operation.
“Where there are possible lines of enquiry, local investigators will follow up using a range of investigative approaches including CCTV trawls, witness searches and an assessment of forensic opportunities.”
Khan’s controversial scheme was expanded in August to Greater London.
Drivers of non-compliant vehicles now must pay a daily fee of £12.50 to drive into the city through the zones.
Around 60,000 vehicles in London have been hammered by the daily charge, according to a new report released by TfL.