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Warwickshire Police has received three reports of defibrillator thefts in North Warwickshire over the past month.
Inspector Dave Williams, Nuneaton and Bedworth Safer Neighbourhood Team said, “We completely understand the anger and concern in the community resulting from these callous thefts.
“The units are purchased through fund raising appeals and charitable donations, it is disgraceful and inconceivable that the offenders have put their own greed before the lives of others.
“We are aware that there have also been two recent thefts of defibrillators in Leicestershire and are liaising with colleagues in the force area.
“Active lines of enquiry are being pursued, and we would appeal for anyone who has witnessed suspicious activity or has any information concerning perpetrators or attempted sales of the units to come forward.”
Reports can be made by calling Warwickshire Police on 101 and quoting the incident numbers shown above.
Alternatively, information can be given anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.