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NW Stolen Car in Princes Risborough

Alert message sent 29/05/2022 14:03:00

Information sent on behalf of Neighbourhood Watch


This is a message from Val McPherson Vice Chair of Princes Risborough and District Neighbourhood Watch  Association.

Warning about selling cars on Ebay or other Social Media Platforms.

This  information comes via one of our Co-ordinators whose member was selling his Black BMW XS MSport Reg No: YJ64 XWO on ebay in Princes Risborough.

On Thursday 26 May at 12 noon 3 men arrived to view the car for sale which was parked on the resident's driveway.

On Friday  27 May very early morning at 00.08 the car was stolen, by the same three men who came to view the car. All three have been caught by the residents CCTV which in turn has been given to the Police.

The three men are described as Arabic looking but possibly Romanians aged approximately 26, 32 and 50. One was wearing a baseball cap who actually stole the car. They were driving a Black Ford Focus Reg No: SH16 XPL.

Please be very careful when selling your car .

If you see the stolen car please report into the Police on 101 quoting Crime Ref: INC-230-220527-0460.
Thank you
 Val



 
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Val McPherson BEM (NWN, Multi Scheme Administrator, Thames Valley)

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