Car Theft on Daisy Bank

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Ed: We have received the following plea for information. If you can help, contact us, and we will put you in touch:

My car got stolen today 2/9/19 in between 12.30 and 13.00 from Daisy bank crescent. 2 men in a black BMW were seen on the crescent and walking up our drive.

It was seen coming off Broadways about 12.30 pm.If anybody has CCTV facing the road can they please check it and get in touch

Many Thanks

Celia Bloor writes: What type of car was stolen and does it have a registration number ?


Just an update — my car was seen going passed the Combermere at 13:07 headed in the direction of Market Drayton or Whitchurch so if anybody has a dash cam and you were head back from Drayton or Whitchurch about that time can you please check

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