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Two more cars flipped over in Bishop's Stortford




A blue Toyota Aygo was flipped over while it was parked in Cemetery Road.

Police came across it at 1am last Friday (August 9) and contacted the owner. He turned the car the right way up but did not know how badly it was damaged.

A silver Vauxhall Corsa was also overturned in Stortford Hall Park.

The overturned Toyota Aygo in Cemetery Road. Picture via Facebook: Bishop's Stortford Civic Federation
The overturned Toyota Aygo in Cemetery Road. Picture via Facebook: Bishop's Stortford Civic Federation

Officers found the car at 12.15am on Sunday and traced the vehicle to an owner in London who had left his car there while he went away.

When he returned, he contacted police believing his vehicle had been stolen, but officers told him that his car had been recovered because of the damage.

In May, a black Peugeot owned by a Thorley Park Sainsbury's worker was turned on its side at the junction of Norfolk Way and Kent Crescent. Pictures showed shattered glass on the road.

It was the second car that week to have been tipped in the Vernon Court area – the other was a maroon Ford Fiesta

On Hallowe'en last year, a silver Peugeot 107 belonging to 49-year-old Morna Edmonds was written off when it was pushed onto its side. An online GoFundMe appeal in aid of Morna started by Stortford family man Paul Middleton raised more than £1,000.

Ten days later, yobs left a distinctive white Vauxhall hatchback with blue stripes on its side in Elizabeth Road on the Havers estate.



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