A paramedic working with the Welsh Ambulance Service had a nasty surprise when she finished her shift yesterday only to find that her car had been stolen.
Having spent the night racing from emergency call to emergency call, the newly-qualified paramedic was ready to go home but instead had to deal with the fact that a thief had decided to steal her pride and joy.
In a post shared on social media, the Paramedic pleaded:
“Last parked at Parkwall Ambulance Station last night registration PY15 RNE Ford Fiesta ST.
“Anyone with any information or if you have seen this vehicle please contact Gwent Police
“Please help get my car back!”
The ST used in the featured image is similar to the one that was stolen but the paramedics vehicle is black.
The last thing any member of the emergency services should have to face, having endured a shift that could have involved saving multiple
If you spot the vehicle or if you know anything about the individual(s) who appear to have specifically targeted the ambulance station, then please call the police on 101 or call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Let’s see if we can help reunite this hardworking and highly dedicated paramedic with her car.
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