Stolen Salvation Army tools returned to happy owner - The Droitwich Standard

Stolen Salvation Army tools returned to happy owner

Droitwich Editorial 23rd Oct, 2014 Updated: 17th Oct, 2016   0

STOLEN tools taken from the Salvation Army have been recovered and returned to their rightful owner.

It is believed the thief entered the premises, on Ombersley Way, and took a drill and accessories, worth £400, between 4.25pm and 4.30pm on Monday (October 20) after a tool box was left at the bottom of a stairs.

On Tuesday (October 21) a woman was arrested and the items were recovered from her address.

Insp Janet Heritage, from Droitwich Safer Neighbourhood team, said: “Due to the quick actions of the Safer Neighbourhood Team at Droitwich we were able to retrieve the stolen property and return it to the rightful owner who was extremely pleased to have it back so quickly.”


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