A life-saving emergency ambulance crew returned to their vehicle to find that callous thieves had stolen their belongings as they treated patient.
The incident happened on Monday 24th August in Erith.
Personal items belonging to the crew were taken after the windows of the vehicle were smashed by the thieves.
The vehicle was taken off of the road for several hours whilst it was repaired, meaning that the London Ambulance Service (LAS) lost a vital life-saving resource for much of the day.
The incident has been reported to the police, and anyone with any information is asked to contact the police via 101.
No further information regarding the theft – including the items stolen – has been released by the LAS.
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