Nuneaton police officers appealing for details after defibrillator stolen from Horeston Grange church

Mason Moore | Hinckley Reporter | 3 April 2022

NUNEATON and Bedworth police officers are appealing for details and witnesses after a defibrillator was stolen from a church in Horeston Grange, Nuneaton.

Inset (Image: Pixabay) / Horeston Grange Church (Image: Google Street View)

According to officers in a social media statement, the piece of life-saving equipment, worth £1,400, was taken by ‘a group of unknown persons’, who prized the church doors open sometime between 12.01am on 25 March and 11.50pm on 30 March.

The model that was stolen from the church, off Cambourne Drive, was an orange and grey Cardiac Science G5 defibrillator, which has a serial number of D00000230780.

Those who spotted any ‘suspicious’ activity in the area, or with information which could assist with enquiries, are being encouraged to call the police through their non-emergency of 101, quoting incident number 169 of 30 March 2022.

Alternatively, those who want to report details another way are able to do so through the ‘report a crime’ portal on the official Warwickshire Police website.

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