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ON THE LOOKOUT… Drive DeVilbiss dealers urged to remain vigilant

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container filled with 81 Drive DeVilbiss Envoy 8mph mobility scooters was stolen from a secure container compound on the 14th November, when a lorry managed to sneak in, hook it up and drive off. The company now suspects the culprits may approach its dealer network in a bid to offload the stolen scooters and is urging all retailers in its network to report any suspicious activity relating to the scooters.

Details of the products to be on the lookout for: Envoy Red 21 Pieces. Serial numbers from VP174173 to VP174193 Envoy Blue 20 pieces. Serial numbers from VP174194 to VP174213 Envoy Silver 20 Pieces. Serial numbers from VP174214 to VP174233 Envoy White 20 Pieces. Serial Number from VP174234 to VP174253

EDEN MOBILITY PUTS UP REWARD FOR STOLEN VAN On the 27th October, a company van was stolen from Eden Mobility’s head office in Scunthorpe. The company has offered a £1000 reward for any information leading to a successful conviction of those involved. The van registration is FT13 AGV and also had a tracker installed, which the thieves managed to remove at the scene before stealing the vehicle, according to the company.

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