Porsche Stolen In StreTton On Dunsmore
|Author: Hazel Nicholas||Published: 3rd February 2012 14:52|
A black Porsche 911 was stolen from Stretton On Dunsmore.
Brazen thieves stole a black Porsche 911 convertible after walking through an unlocked door of a home in Church Hill, Stretton on Dunsmore and helping themselves to keys that had been left in a bowl in the hallway at 8.05pm on Thursday 2 February.
The thieves also attempted to steal a BMW from the gated driveway but officers believe they fled with just one of the high value cars when they were disturbed by the occupants who were at home at the time.
The thieves crashed through heavy metal gates as they made their escape and the Porsche will possibly have suffered front end damage as a result. They drove off towards the A423.
One of the men is described as a male, approximately 5'7" tall and wearing a black jacket.
Police are also investigating whether the Porsche was later in collision with a car at the Tollbar roundabout at the A45. The vehicle officers believe may be the Porsche was described as a black sports car. Following the collision it drove off along the A45 towards Birmingham.
Any witnesses to the burglary or who saw a black Porsche convertible being driven possibly at speed or erratically shortly after 8pm last night are please asked to contact DC 706 Richard Zarcone in the Burglary Action Team on 01926 415000 ext 3839 or independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Officers believe the men may have traveled to the village in another vehicle and are keen to hear from anyone who may have seen a suspicious vehicle in the village before the burglary occurred