A POLICE SPOKESMAN SAID TODAY:
- “During The Night, A Male Donkey Was Stolen, Walton.
So Far We Have Been Unable To Trace Any Witnesses To The Incident.
My 11 Year Old Daughter Is “Distraught” Because Bobby Has Been Stolen.
The Two Of them Were Born At Much The Same Time And Have Nearly Grown Up Together.
Adrian Busey Said “Bobby Could Not Of Wandered Off By Himself,
Someone Must of Taken Him And They would Of Had To Use A Van Or Trailor”.
Police statement – “Anyone With Information should Call Us On 0151 252 4366”.
THEFT IS TAKING AN ITEM
ROBBERY IS AGRIVATED WITH THREAT OF OR VIOLENCE
BURGELARY IS ENTERING A PROPERTY
Bobby The Donkey Has Been Stolen From A field In Walton Leaving A Member Of Public Distraught.
Owner Adrian Busey Reveals His 11 year Old daughter Is Very Close To Bobby
as They were Born Around The Same time and Have grown Up Together.
Adrian Said “My 11 year old daughter is distraught because bobby has been stolen,
He added “Someone Must Of Taken Him And They would Of Had To Use A Van Or Trailor”.
A Police Statement Read, “Anyone With Information Should call Us On 0151 252 4366”.
A man stuck in a lift had to be freed by firefighters who arrived at the multi-story car park in Mount Pleasant.
Arriving on the scene at 9:05am, emergency services were unable to free the man until 9:50am.
Kevin Berensky, 34, a plumber from west Derby, was the man in distress.
Mr Berensky added:
“I was getting fed up because i lost an hours work”.
“The last straw was , I got back to my van at the car park,
there was a sticker on the windscreen for a £40 penalty charge for staying
beyond my time limit. Liverpool City Council runs the car park
and it was their lift i was stuck in, there is no way I am paying that fine”.