Maldon: Plea to help find £500 worth of stolen gifts

Maldon and Burnham Standard: Maldon: Plea to help find £500 worth of stolen gifts Maldon: Plea to help find £500 worth of stolen gifts

A couple have made a desperate plea for the return of £500 worth of stolen Christmas presents.


The wrapped up presents had been left on the back seat of a car in Coleridge Road, Maldon, when one of the vehicle’s windows was broken and the gifts were stolen.
 

Postal worker Amanda Scrivener, 49, and Ben Bhattacharya, 47, had been planning to take the gifts down to Ms Scrivener’s four grandchildren in Southminster, but they delayed their trip on Boxing Day because the grandchildren fell ill.
 

Ms Scrivener said: “I know it was complete stupidity to leave the presents in the car."
 

If you can help with the police investigation, call 101.

Among the items stolen were:
Scroll Explore tablet computer with case keyboard and touch screen gloves
Monty Python 'Almost Everything’ boxset
Children's Early Learning Centre Boom keyboard
Two sets of Jabees cord-control (anti-tangle) headphones
Parabola Magic Box DAB radio
A Beautiful You epilator
Shambala crystal and pearl bracelet in a silver box.
Crane ski suit (7-8 years, blue and white jackets and black salopets)
Toys R Us jewellery making kit.
Butterfly wooden number and letter jigsaw.
Various books:MIck Inkpen-Wibbly Pig Board Boxset, David Walliam-The Boy In the Dress, Horrid Henry Compendium, Aesop's Fables and others.
 

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7:32pm Fri 11 Jan 13

Regbluebottle says...

More bad news for the Poets Estate

Sorry to hear about this deplorable crime, stealing what were obviously Christmas presents for children is low. I hope that the scum who did this are caught and dealt with accordingly.
More bad news for the Poets Estate Sorry to hear about this deplorable crime, stealing what were obviously Christmas presents for children is low. I hope that the scum who did this are caught and dealt with accordingly. Regbluebottle

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