When most decent-minded people see an emergency ambulance parked up, then they probably conjure up images of medics helping a patient and perhaps feel a sense of gratitude for the work that paramedics do on a daily basis.
Of course, that is, unless you are the sort of individual who thinks that it is ‘ok’ to leave nasty notes on emergency ambulances. But that’s a different story altogether. And one that we have previously covered in quite a bit of detail.
However, someone, devoid of any sense of decency, took it upon themself to enter the cab of the emergency ambulance and STEAL the personal belongings of one of the paramedics
How depraved and morally corrupt must your mind be, in order to think that it is in any way ‘ok’ to steal the personal belongings of someone who, should you need their life-saving skills, would rush to your aid?
A post shared on the ‘Incidents on Teeside & County Durham’ Facebook page said:
“If anyone around the Norton/Stockton or surrounding areas finds a North East Ambulance Service soft shell fleece with red ‘Paramedic’ epaulettes on and/or a cream coloured Cath Kidston bag with birds on it containing a black purse with a North East Ambulance Service I.D badge and fuel card, HCPC registration card, blue light discount card, NHS Smart card, various other cards, a rose coloured Scouse Bird Problems diary, Large JRCACL book and a pink folder including other personal items, then please contact Abbie _________ ASAP.
“Unfortunately last night someone took it upon themselves to let themselves into the front ambulance she was working on and STEAL (sic) her personal bag and work fleece”.
With such a detailed description of the belongings which were taken from the emergency ambulance, then hopefully somebody somewhere will know the individual who decided to relieve this paramedic of her personal belongings.
If you do happen to know something, or can help us to reunite Abbie with her personal belongings, then please get in contact with us.
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Individuals such as the ‘specimen’ who stole these items off of Abbie need to be caught and need to be put in front of a Judge in order to account for their vile and despicable actions.
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