Police are appealing to anyone with information to come forward after a pensioner's mobile home was stolen in Cullompton.
Sonia McColl's entire home was taken from a haulage yard just days before it was due to be delivered.
Devon and Cornwall Police say a number of people would have been involved in the theft, making it more likely someone will have information that could lead to an arrest.
- Watch the ITV West Country news report on the stolen mobile home below:
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Police are appealing to the public to help them identify two men in connection to a spate of thefts from gaming machines in the region.
Police are investigating eight reports of thefts from gaming machines from pubs, bars and hotels in Plymouth, Plympton, Launceston and Penryn, totalling in the region of £2,600.
Police have released the images of two men who were pictured in James Street Vaults, James Street, Plymouth on the May 24 at around 1:25pm.
During this time, the gaming machine on the premises was accessed with a key and cash was taken.
Wiltshire Police have released CCTV images of a man they would like to speak to in connection with an incident of theft and fraud.
At approximately 8.30pm on May 12, a man left his bank card in the self-service check-outs in Morrisons, Eldene.
He noticed within 10 minutes and informed the card company.
However it had already been used fraudulently for two separate transactions to purchase items at Morrisons and McColls.
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Police have released the image of a man they would like to identify in connection with a cashpoint theft in Plymouth.
At around 9:15am on March 25, a woman in her 80’s was using the cashpoint at the Morrison’s supermarket on Outland Road in Plymouth, when a man stole her cash card and fled the area.
The victim then had in the region of £1,400 taken from her account.
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