Thieves swipe mobility scooters in Welwyn
LOWLIFE crooks are being hunted by police after two mobility scooters were stolen.
The thefts, which happened in Welwyn, were branded “despicable” by Welwyn Parish Pcso Andrea Dutson.
She said: “These people are reliant on their mobility scooters to get out and about and the theft has left them immobile.
“It’s possible it may have been done as a prank.
“We would like to hear from anyone with any information about the thefts.”
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One scooter was pinched between midnight and 6.30am on December 3 in Tudor Road.
A cover and house keys, which were in the basket, were left on the floor.
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The other was taken between 10pm on November 25 and 9.10am on November 26 from a from the front garden of a home in Wingate Gardens.
The keys were left in the ignition of both scooters.
Pcso Dutson added: “We’d encourage mobility scooter owners not to leave the keys in the ignition when they are unattended, even if it is only for a few minutes.”