Police appeal for information after Domino’s delivery moped stolen in Atherstone last week

Mason Moore | Hinckley Reporter | 27 January 2022

WARWICKSHIRE POLICE are appealing for information after a Domino’s delivery driver had his moped stolen in Mancetter, Atherstone, last Thursday.

What the stolen moped looks like (Image: Warwickshire Police)

The incident took place on Thursday, 20 January, on Church Road in Mancetter, around 8pm, when the delivery driver had stopped to make a delivery in the street.

He was then approached by six unknown males on three motorcycles who demanded the keys to the white Honda Vision moped – registration number KL19 JVF.

The gang of men then threatened the driver with violence if he did not comply.

The driver subsequently handed over the vehicle and its keys over to the six men who then made off, where they rode over towards Atherstone town centre.

The suspects wore all black puffer jackets, motorcycle wear, and black helmets, according to a spokesperson for Warwickshire Police.

PC Lily Patterson is appealing for information about the robbery.

She said: “We would like to hear from anyone with information about this robbery or who may have caught dash-cam or doorbell footage that could help our enquiries.

“Atherstone residents are also asked to keep an eye out for the moped. It has very distinctive Domino’s Pizza livery, so should be easily identifiable.

“It is possible that it may have been abandoned locally.”

Those who witnessed the robbery, or have information or video footage, are being encouraged to call the non-emergency police number of 101, quoting incident number 339 of 20 January 2022.

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