POLICE want to speak to two men following a break-in in which a disabled person’s adapted car was stolen.
The burglary happened at a house in Stone Street, Brighton, between 12.30am and 1.30am on Sunday April 17.
Bank cards, electrical appliances and a set of car keys were stolen.
The keys were used to steal the specially adapted disabled car from nearby Preston Street.
It was then run over and abandoned at North Place just over a mile away.
Sussex Police said the incident had a ‘devastating impact’ on the life of the person whose car was stolen.
It was written off and caused significant damage to another vehicle.
Investigator Jonathan Craze said: ‘This was a cruel and callous burglary which had a devastating impact on the life of a vulnerable victim.
“We are urgently trying to identify and speak to these two men, who we believe may assist us in our investigation.
“If you recognize them or have any information that could help you, please contact the police online or by calling 101, quoting serial number 250 of 17/04.”
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This notice was published: 2022-06-07 18:00:17