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Bishop's Stortford Food Bank donations box stolen from St Michael's Mead by man driving Mercedes-Benz




A box of tins and packets of food destined for Bishop's Stortford Food Bank was stolen by a man driving a Mercedes-Benz.

The theft happened on the St Michael's Mead development in Stortford shortly before 10am on Wednesday (Nov 18).

A man driving a white Merc pulled up in Skinners Street, which links The Shearers and Milliners Way.

He made off with the box, which had served as a drop-off point for residents to make contributions to the food bank, which is based in Bishop's Stortford Methodist Church in South Street.

Police, who are investigating, were told by a witness that the thief had a dark beard and wore a high-visibility jacket.

It is not known how much produce was in the box.



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