Paramedic left feeling 'sick' after her car containing life-saving Covid PPE is STOLEN in the middle of the night
6th April 2021

A TRAINEE paramedic has been left feeling "sick" after her car – full of life-saving Covid PPE – was stolen in the middle of the night.

Keya-Macy, who is a third-year student paramedic, had her blue Mercedes stolen in Ware, Hertfordshire, at 3am on Sunday.

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Her ambulance uniform, PPE and university work were in the car – and she uses it every day to get to the hospital.

She tweeted a desperate appeal for people to keep an eye out for her car.

Keya-Macy wrote: "Last night at 3am somebody stole my car in Hertfordshire, Ware. It unfortunately has my ambulance uniform, PPE and University work in.

"Please please share this as much as you can. Any help is very much appreciated. It has been reported. Thanks in advance. REG: FV65RVO."

Keya-Macy said the theft couldn't have come at a worse time, as she is just three months away from being fully qualified.

She told the Daily Star: "I am so so grateful for everybody's efforts sharing it.

"I am so desperate to get it back, I know it's just a car and bigger things are happening in the world but I am unable to get to work, to see family from a distance now lockdown is easing after so long and the invading of my privacy makes me feel sick.

"Just thank you so much for everyone's help."

Her car has a number of distinctive features that she hopes will help it get noticed, including a custom cream interior, blue rings on the dashboard air vents and a crack in the left wing mirror indicator.

Keya-Macy said this afternoon that her car was still missing.

A Hertfordshire Police spokesperson said: "Police are investigating a theft of a car in Ware. Overnight on Saturday into Sunday, a male and a female stole a blue Mercedes A 180 D Sport from a driveway in Chadwell.

"Enquiries are being carried out and any witnesses or anyone with information should contact the police quoting crime reference 41/24154/21.

"Officers would also like to hear from anyone who believes they have been offered the vehicle for sale or anyone who might have captured the theft or the vehicle on dash cam."

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