Paramedics cars broken into in Walsall Wood – can you help please?

Images posted on Facebook by Aaron Ellington

This is an urgent appeal for help from the West Midlands Ambulance paramedic staff that currently operate out of the old Walsall Wood Library at the junction of High Street and Coppice Road – last night (Friday, 9th March 2018) their vehicles were broken into and medical supplies stolen.

Aaron Elligton said:

Reward offered for info relating to car damage and theft in Walsall Wood

Any information relating to a theft of medical, personal equipment and damage to two Audis both owed by ambulance staff that work tirelessly for the community, parked at the old Walsall library in Walsall wood off Lichfield road.

Any info would be greatly received.

There is some interesting footage in the comments to the original Facebook Post here.

There has been an ongoing vehicle vandalism/break in problem here for a long time now, mainly centred on the Beech Tree Road car park as reported by reader Kevin Shaw. It really is time the police team covering the Walsall Wood area took some action here.

The people doing this are more than likely doing it to raise cash from the proceeds of selling what they steal. If you know of anyone hawking around medical gear, tools, car stereos, satnavs, computers or other stuff that seems to be dubious, please grub them into the police – the stuff they’re flogging is probably nicked.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Walsall Police by dialling 101 or speak to Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. You can contact Aaron Ellington directly via Facebook here.

Please, lets see if we can nail these thieving buggers.

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