TAMWORTH informed are appealing for help after an expectant mothers car was broken in to last night in Signal Walk, Glascote Heath and the thieves stole her hospital bags.
The callous criminals broke in to the Fiat Ulysse which was parked on the street in Signal Walk overnight.
Inside the car were a number of packed hospital bags which contained everything an expectant mother would need whilst in hospital.
The bags are described as an orange and grey suitcase, a black hold-all, a blue rucksack and a purple/white spotted changing bag.
The mum-to-be, Kerry Daniel who is 28-years-old, told Tamworth Informed:
“[The bags] had everything in from underwear, pj’s, towels… things you need when in hospital. Also, all baby clothes, blankets and premature baby clothes as my baby is expected premature.
“There was dummies and milk with bottles, even a teddy my Mum had bought her to put in her incubator so she would be alone; also teddies my children had got their baby sister.
“These items are probably going to be dumped as they are no use to any one. The hardest thing is I have lost my premature baby clothes.”
At Tamworth Informed we want to help out and so if anyone can help replace the stolen items we would be most grateful. If we have any excess items donated then we will find a suitable charity. Please get in touch with us if you can help.
Anyone with information in to the theft should contact Staffordshire Police on 101, quoting insistent number 188 of the 7th March 2016.
You can also report crime by contacting the independent crime-fighting charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or through their Anonymous Online Form at www.crimestoppers-uk.org. No personal details are taken, information cannot be traced or recorded and you will not go to court.