Staffordshire Police vehicle

Theives have stolen pallets of mobile phones from a lorry parked up in Lichfield.

The vehicle was on the A5 on 14th October when the theft took place.

PCSO Racheal Orwin from Staffordshire Police said:

“Offenders have approached a vehicle and stolen four pallets of mobile phones.

“They were right at the front of the trailer and believed to have been accessed from the side as there was no other disturbance to other stock.”

PCSO Racheal Orwin, Staffordshire Police

No other details about the incident have been released.

Anyone with information can contact police on 101.

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2 Comments

  1. This is the sort of thing that will happen due to the appalling shortage of facilities for lorry drivers in this country. Lack of enough secure lorry parking, poor provision of toilets and showers, shortage of eating establishments available when drivers are working, not even an obligation for delivery drivers to have access to facilities at companies they deliver to. Since lorry drivers are providing an essential service, isn’t it about time this country got it’s act together and catered for them as they do in other countries in Europe?

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