Police Appeal For Help In Finding Male With Stolen Police Lights
Officers have today released CCTV images of a man who they wish to speak to after police lights were stolen from a car whilst it was parked at Sunderland Railway Station.
Perhaps the male in blue has a bizarre and creepy fascination with the colour blue owing to the fact that he was wearing a blue jacket and blue trousers at the time of the incident?
Although, someone needs to speak to him about his colour matching skills, as the red trainers make him look like something straight out of an 80’s throwback film.
Just what he was hoping to do with the blue light bar remains a bit of a mystery.
Maybe instead of the police vehicle that blue light bar belongs to responding to the next ‘one under’, then this herbert will run to the call instead?
Or maybe he wanted to place the light bar on his huge cranium and take the next 999 call that comes where suspects with knives need to be apprehended?
Either way, this buffoon needs to be identified so that the British Transport Police can have a little chat with him.
The incident happened at 4.29am on Wednesday 26 December 2018.
Officers believe the man shown in these CCTV images may have information which could help their investigation.
Anyone who recognises the man, or who has more information about the incident, is asked to contact BTP by texting 61016 or calling 0800 40 50 40, quoting reference number 266 of 27/12/18.
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