Stolen Vehicle Appeal

Alert message sent 28/05/2019 15:39:00

Information sent on behalf of Wiltshire Police


A Mercedes Benz was stolen from an address in Sherston and we are appealing for information. 

The vehicle was parked in Brook Hill and was stolen sometime between 1.30am and 5.30am on May 25.

A window was forced open and the vehicle keys were stolen from inside while the homeowners were asleep.

The grey Mercedes was then stolen and driven off in the direction of Malmesbury. 

The vehicle has a registration number of WM14 YFU but may now be being driven on stolen plates. 

PC Jordan Gratton said: “We are keen to hear from anyone who may have seen the vehicle or anyone who may have CCTV footage from the area, or drivers in the area who have dash-cams fitted to their vehicles. 

“We’d also like to stress the importance of ensuring valuables, including car and house keys, are kept out of view of doors and windows at all times. Never leave keys in hiding places like a plant pot or letter box, as thieves know where to look. 

"Please also ensure doors and windows are locked overnight.”

“It’s important that residents report any suspicious activity they hear in their neighbourhood – this could be suspicious people or vehicles that you may not recognise that seem out of place. Be a nosey neighbour and report it via 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. If you think a crime is in progress, call 999.” 

Anyone with information in relation to this incident should call 101 and quote crime reference number 54190050260.

 
 
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Helen Daveridge (Police, Community Co-ordinator, CPT West Wiltshire)

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