POLICE SEARCH FOR VOLKSWAGEN VAN STOLEN IN PENARTH

The Volkswagen Transporter van which was stolen in Penarth on Sunday evening

South Wales Police are today asking for the help of the public to trace a Volkswagen Transporter van which was stolen in Penarth back on July 29th

The Volkswagen was stolen at 19:15 in the evening July 29th (Sunday) and bears  – or did bear – the registration  index GK66XGG.

Police are asking anyone who may have seen tghe vehicle to call  101 with information quoting 1800285682 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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4 Responses to POLICE SEARCH FOR VOLKSWAGEN VAN STOLEN IN PENARTH

  1. AK says:

    It’ll be in a barn somewhere making sure it doesn’t have a tracker fitted.

    Then it will be stripped for parts, taken somewhere and torched.

  2. Nincompoop says:

    Why bother wasting your time reporting a crime that has already taken place ? When others have phoned to report real actual crime happening, the police are not interested.

    • Josh Henigan says:

      Nincompoop. Possibly the most apt nom de plume I’ve seen here. Just phoned the police to tell them about a crime which might happen next week. They weren’t interested but said that if I got back to them when it’s current they would be interested but probably too under-resourced to respond unless it’s serious.

    • Mollie Danielle says:

      Surely the campervan being stolen is a real actual crime that has happened and the police are clearly interested as they are asking for information….either that or I am misunderstanding the story?!

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