Vehicle Crime - Cannock

Alert message sent 05/03/2022 10:27:00

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Staffordshire Police have received three reports in regards to vehicle crimes that have occurred overnight on Friday 4th March - Saturday 5th March 2022 in the Cannock area.

Incident 0839 04/03/22 - Report of two vehicles attempting to box the victims vehicle in on the car park opposite The White House, Cannock Chase. Occupants of the vehicles have started shouting at the victim and tried to open the door of the victims car. Victim managed to drive away. One of the vehicles possibly dark coloured Ford Focus.

Incident 0093 05/03/22 - Report of three unknown male offenders breaking into a Mercedes Vito van which was parked in Matlock Drive, Chadsmoor, Cannock at approx 03:00hrs. Offenders gained entry but no items taken. Offenders attended the location in a vehicle, possibly dark coloured Ford Focus.

Incident 0100 05/03/22 - Report of two unknown male offenders approaching a delivery driver in his Mercedes Sprinter van near to CN Convenience Store, Hednesford Road, Heath Hayes. The victim has reported that the offenders have threatened him with a knife and taken his vehicle. Victims vehicle later recovered.

If anyone has any information or any CCTV footage in regards to any of the incidents, please contact Staffordshire Police on 101 or via Staffordshire Police Facebook or Twitter and quote the relevant incident number.
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Callum Rooney (Police,Police Community Support Officers,Chase LPT, Cannock, Chadsmoor)

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