THE Welsh Ambulance Service was the goal of gasoline theft on the night time of 01 January 2020, at Tredegar Ambulance Station.
Gasoline was taken from three ambulance automobiles sooner or later on Wednesday night, and the perpetrators additionally tried to take gasoline from the car of a member of workers’s private car in addition to from an all-electric car.
The three ambulances had been broken within the course of, with locking caps forcefully eliminated.
All three automobiles wanted repairs earlier than going again on the highway, leaving them out of motion for a number of hours
The workers member’s car was additionally broken though no gasoline was stolen.
The Belief has reported the theft to Gwent Police and is interesting for anybody with info to contact the police.
Lee Brooks, Director of Operations on the Welsh Ambulance Service, stated: “Regardless of the issues you’ll be able to witness on this job, there are issues which can be nonetheless arduous to consider.
“Why somebody would harm and steal from an ambulance is one thing I battle to grasp, nevertheless it did occur.
“Thankfully these will not be issues that occur usually, and the individuals of Wales have all the time been extremely supportive of the job we do, on and off the highway.
“We now ask for the assistance of the individuals residing within the Tredegar space and are available ahead if they’ve seen or heard one thing that would assist us catch those that did this.”
In case you have any details about the theft of gasoline, please name Gwent Police on 101 quoting reference incident quantity 57 on 02 January (the date the incident was reported).