Defibrillator worth £6,000 stolen from Belfast ambulance crew is found
A defibrillator worth £6,000 which was stolen from an ambulance has been recovered.
The device was taken as ambulance crews dealt with a patient on the Dublin Road at around 8.20pm on Wednesday night.
It was later found in the early hours of Thursday morning.
PSNI chief inspector Robert Murdie said:
"The male who is believed to have stolen the defibrillator is described as being in his late 30s, 6'0" tall, medium build, fair coloured hair and wearing a grey hooded top with red writing on it.
"Police would appeal to anyone who saw this incident to contact them at Musgrave Police Station on the non emergency number 101."
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