Defibrillator stolen from ambulance

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A defibrillator was stolen from a private ambulance in the Waterside area of area of Derry

The ambulance had been parked in the grounds of Altnagelvin Hospital on the evening of April 21, and when the operator returned at about 7.30pm the following day, damage to the driver’s window was noted.

A Garmin sat nav, two Nokia Windows work phones and a defibrillator were stolen from the vehicle.

Police are keen to hear from anyone who saw suspicious activity in the grounds of the hospital, or from anyone with knowledge of the present whereabouts of the equipment, or attempts to sell it.

The ambulance was privately owned and operated and did not belong to the Ambulance Service

Police can be contacted on the on the 101 non-emergency number. Alternatively, information can be given to the Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.