Charity Ambulance Service Targeted By Thieves

St John’s Ambulance in Bathurst are calling for information after a robbery over the weekend has left them unable to function.

 The officer in charge of ST John’s Ambulance in Bathurst, Dave Cox, says a police investigation is already underway.

“Our office ladies went into the office this morning and found that the 4-wheel-drive ambulance that we use for our charity work has been robbed over the weekend.

She found it on blocks and the wheels and 4-wheel-drive tyres missing.

We are a non for profit charity and at the moment we’re currently not able to provide our services due to somebody thinking  that they deserve them more than us.”

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