When you think about what kind of creatures exist at the bottom of a cesspit, then individuals who take it upon themselves to STEAL the personal belongings of paramedics are probably what you will find!
Here, is one such individual and West Midlands Ambulance Service needs YOUR help in order to find this vile entity who is currently masquerading as a human being.
A post on the West Midlands Ambulance Service Facebook page said:
“Do you know the person who broke into this ambulance & stole personal belongings?
“It happened around 9pm on Sunday on Frankley Beeches Road at the junction of Egghill Lane in Northfield, Birmingham.
“The ambulance crew were treating a patient inside a nearby property and returned to their locked ambulance to find the driver’s side window had been smashed and a variety of personal items stolen including an iPhone.
“The Trust has released this CCTV footage, captured by the ambulance’s external cameras, in the hope that it helps to identify the individual.
“If you have any information about this incident, witnessed anything suspicious at the time or recognise this individual, please contact West Midlands Police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 quoting crime number 20BW-249810Q/18.”
Please share this appeal with as many people as possible – especially if you live in and around the Birmingham area!
Let’s see if we can identify who he is and make him pay for his callous and vile actions!
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