Audi RS3 worth £35,000 stolen from outside owner’s home
- Credit: James Rudolph
A man has sent out an urgent appeal to trace his £35,000 black Audi RS3 that was stolen from outside his home in March yesterday afternoon (November 17).
James Rudolph said the theft happened sometime around 4pm in Norwood Road.
“No one was at home during the time that it happened,” said James.
“The thieves went round the back of my house, smashed the door, took my keys and drove away in my car at speed.”
“I’ve been told by police that they filled my car up at Mill Hill garage in March without paying.”
Since the car was stolen, James has posted a photo of it on social media and it’s now circulating online.
There have been a number of comments from people saying they saw it going through March just after 4pm “at speed”.
- 1 'White van man' crashes into rail bridge
- 2 Michaela’s horrific ordeal: ‘My partner threatened to slit my throat and bury me alive’
- 3 Village life, magistrate in court for failing to clear snow and forced landing
- 4 Motorcyclist, 32, injured after A605 crash
- 5 Developer claims 109-home estate would be 'wholly appropriate'
- 6 Pedestrian killed crossing road
- 7 Auditor who fell ill on eve of farmgate report not returning to council
- 8 Police shut off A605 after 'single vehicle' crash
- 9 Prison for 'lavish lifestyle' drug dealer who hid £18k cash in sock drawer
- 10 Driver escapes injury after car hits wall
A spokesperson for Cambridgeshire Constabulary said: “Police were called at 5:34pm yesterday evening to Norwood Road, March, following reports of a burglary where a car had been stolen.
“An investigation has begun and anyone with any information should contact police on 101 quoting incident 370 of November 17.”