Stolen from Nottingham

Discussion in 'Stolen!' started by MorkC68, Mar 20, 2013.

  1. MorkC68

    MorkC68 Administrator

    this is all the info at the moment but this bus was stolen from Notts last night (19/03/2013):

    Family are devastated, if you see this RHD 13 Window Deluxe , reg no MUV 691D, please post up

    I guess, if anyone has seen anything phone Notts Police
  2. bernjb56

    bernjb56 Supporter

    I'd be gutted - what a great looking bus.
  3. scumbags :(
    Get a job.
  4. scumbags. gutting for the person who had it. i hate hearing about buses getting pinched. looks like a lot of work went into this aswell.
  5. MorkC68

    MorkC68 Administrator

    Ive shared the info on Facebook, if anyone wants to share too, the more eyes the better!!
  6. According to Facebook it had white wheels on when stolen, not that it makes a great deal of difference :( Hope they get it back
  7. poor buggers:(

    I hope it gets found and fast
  8. someone on twitter has said that it was spotted in clifton at 4am with new plates LJH1 - not sure if this has been confirmed but it could still be in the area.
    sad to see the family on local news today. it was taken from their garage in west bridgford. doesn't sound like opportunist theft.
  9. MorkC68

    MorkC68 Administrator

    its also been photographed/posted on twitter as spotted in Ilkeston.

    What I cannot understand is why the folks who took the photos didnt diall 112 and follow the van, the police will have tracked them & found them if they left the line open
  10. so hopefully still in the area...
    what does 112 do?
  11. Baysearcher

    Baysearcher [secret moderator]

    Non-emergency police number

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  12. has this been around long? first i've heard of it :oops:
  13. MorkC68

    MorkC68 Administrator

    By using 112 on your mobile, the police can track you by triangulation and pinpoint you - or something similar!
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  14. Seems 112 is an alternative to 999 and is NOT a non emergency number
  15. All eyes about for you matey.
  16. My brother in Belper rung to tell me about it after seeing it on tv
  17. MorkC68

    MorkC68 Administrator

    In this case, it wouldnt be a life & death emergency - my point was that if you dial one of the numbers by landline it pinpoints you by postal address whilst phoning from a mobile uses the triangulation method & whilever the line is "open" they can locate you (ie if you was following a stolen vehicle)!
  18. Baysearcher

    Baysearcher [secret moderator]

    You're right, its a European emergency number. In the UK its an alternative to 999.

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