Have you seen boarded up van in Welwyn Garden City?
AN unusual white van was involved in an attempted burglary in WGC. The transit van – which had its driver's side window boarded up – pulled up outside a block of garages in Blythway, at about 7pm on Friday. Two white men, aged about 40 to 45,
AN "unusual" white van was involved in an attempted burglary in WGC.
The transit van - which had its driver's side window boarded up - pulled up outside a block of garages in Blythway, at about 7pm on Friday.
Two white men, aged about 40 to 45, jumped out and tried to force the lock off one of the garage doors with a crowbar.
They lifted the forced-open door, before fleeing empty-handed in the van, which also had a roof rack.
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Pc Paul Edmondson said: "This vehicle is obviously quite unusual in that it's driving around with plywood on the driver's side window."
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