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The Children’s Air Ambulance Charity Money Stolen


A UK air ambulance charity has been the target of yet another callous air ambulance charity break-in. A large amount of money was stolen (exactly how much is not yet known). You can read the full story with much more information at the Nottingham Post.

The gutless thieves apparently made their way into the charity shop of The Children’s Air Ambulance (TCAA) through the back door, using a wrench to break in to the building.

They then ripped a safe containing “a considerable amount of money” off the wall.

Money that was donated by good-hearted people to support a life-saving UK air ambulance.

And, of course, the charity will have to pay for a new door and a new safe as well, bringing their total losses from this senseless break-in even higher.

The Children’s Air Ambulance is a branch of the Air Ambulance Service, an emergency helicopter transfer service for critically ill babies and children.

I can hardly express how sad it is that we’ve had to blog about as many air ambulance charity thievery news stories as we have in the past three or four years. Let alone write about thieves stealing money from an emergency transport service like TCAA that exists solely to save the lives of critically ill children and babies. The perpetrators in this particular case are truly despicable, heartless people.

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Photo: Alec Wilson from Khon Kaen, Thailand CC-BY-SA-2.0

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