8 cars stolen from Styal car park

Police officers are appealing for information after eight vehicles were stolen from a car park in Styal.

Between Tuesday 15th August and Friday 1st September officers eight vehicles were stolen from a car park at Airport Services Manchester, on Altrincham Road, Styal.

The stolen vehicles were:

• A White Mercedes A180 (15 plate)

• A Black Mercedes GLE 350 AMG (16 plate)

• A Black Mercedes E220 (17 plate)

• A Grey Mercedes C43 AMG (16 plate)

• A Silver Mercedes GLA 220 (16 plate)

• A White Range Rover Evoque (16 plate)

• A White Toyota Rav 4 (15 plate)

• A White Audi Q5 (16 plate)

In addition, the keys of seven other vehicles have also been taken, although the vehicles have not been stolen.

Police Constable Chris Howard said: "Investigations in relation to these incidents are currently ongoing and we are following a numbers of lines of enquiry. As part of the investigation I'm keen to hear from anyone who believes that they may have any information in relation to the thefts.

"While this car park is located in a rural area, I truly believe that somebody out there will have more information in relation to these incidents and I urge them to come forward.

"The victims in this case have been left totally devastated and shocked by these incidents, many of them had returned from family holidays to find that their cars had been stolen."

Anyone with any information in relation to the incidents is asked to contact Cheshire Police on 101 quoting incident number 892 16/8/2017. Information can also be passed anonymously, via Crimestoppers, on 0800 555 111.

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David Hoyle
Monday 11th September 2017 at 6:45 pm
I would have thought the site would have had cctv or staff on the site at all times.
Stuart Redgard
Monday 11th September 2017 at 7:52 pm
According to the following website it has a perimeter fence and 24 hour security guard but no mention of CCTV.
http://bit.ly/2wThHtK