A SHOCKED Malvern woman woke up to find all of her tyres had been stolen and her car vandalised by thieves.

Amanda Wiggin, of Brook Farm Drive, Poolbrook, woke up this morning to discover the theft and contacted the police.

A picture taken of the Audi A5 shows the vehicle raised on bricks and all the wheels removed.

Amanda has not been feeling good ever since the theft and had to make other arrangements to get to work this morning.


She said: "I have not been feeling good at all today. I work in the care sector and work very hard to be able to afford the car.

"It is an older car so I'm worried to death that it will be written off. It is so upsetting that someone would do this.

"I just hope that everything will be sorted soon."

Amanda first became aware of the theft when her partner woke up early to commute to work.

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She said:"My partner woke up this morning at 5.30am to get his push bike out of the side gate at our home so that he could cycle to work. It was here when he noticed the car.

"All the wheels had been removed and the roof of the car had been slashed.

"A neighbour that had CCTV saw somebody rolling the tyres down the road

"At 00.22 the first wheel was taken and rolled down the street to an alleyway. Bricks were taken from a neighbour's garden and then they kept returning to get the other wheels and repeat the process."


A neighbour reported seeing two people involved in the theft on CCTV, with one having a distinctive limp.

If you have any information regarding the theft of the tyres and the damage to the car, you can contact West Mercia Police by using the online 'Tell Us About' form on the website www.westmercia.police.uk/tua/tell-us-about/, or by calling 101, quoting incident number 40i13102022.

Alternatively, if you do not feel comfortable contacting West Mercia police directly, you can contact Crimestoppers anonymously, by visiting the website at www.crimestoppers-uk.org/give-information/forms/give-information-anonymously, or by calling 0800 555 111.