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Man left housebound after disability ramp is stolen

PUBLISHED: 20:25 30 June 2020 | UPDATED: 09:49 07 July 2020

The disability ramp which was stolen from outside a flat on St George's Street, Norwich. Picture: Norfolk Police

The disability ramp which was stolen from outside a flat on St George's Street, Norwich. Picture: Norfolk Police

Norfolk Police

A man has been left housebound after a disability ramp was stolen from outside a flat.

The corner of St George's Street and Colegate in Norwixh near to where a disability ramp was stiolen from a flat. Picture: GoogleThe corner of St George's Street and Colegate in Norwixh near to where a disability ramp was stiolen from a flat. Picture: Google

The foldable ramp, which costs £1,000, was taken from St George’s Street near Colegate, in Norwich, at about 6pm on Friday, June 12.

A Norfolk Police spokesperson said the theft has left a disabled man unable to leave his home.

Officers are appealing for witnesses and anyone with information about the crime should contact PC Matt Taylor at Bethel Street police station on 101.

Alternatively, they can contact independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.


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