Amber Sound News
Business Burgled in Ripley
burglary occurred at a business on Peasehill Road, Ripley, on Saturday 15th September, around 3.45am.
The offender forced out a glass door panel and took vehicle keys from within. Around 4.15am a white van arrived and an offender got out and the keys were used to take a white Citroen Relay van, registration LD12HFB, leaving with the white van. Later a red Nissan Note, registration KW09GGX was taken, then around 6am a blue Ford C-Max was taken but this has been found abandoned in Heanor.
The offender is described as a white male, early 20’s, slim build, around 5’10" tall. Wearing dark coloured trainers, khaki coloured trousers and a blue hooded top with a white emblem on the front.
George Wharmby, Amber Sound FM News
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