Police issue appeal after handbag snatched from Coleshill nun

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Police are appealing for information after a handbag was stolen from a nun.

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  • Police are appealing for information after a handbag was stolen from a nun.

POLICE are appealing for witnesses after a handbag was snatched from an elderly nun in Coleshill.

According to officers the incident took place yesterday afternoon (Thursday, April 13) on Coventry Road, in the town

Anyone with information about the alleged offence is being asked to come forward.

PC Chris Bell, North Warwickshire South Beat manager, said: "The incident refers to a theft of a handbag from a local elderly nun, on Coventry Road, in Coleshill.

"This occurred at 5.50pm on Thursday, April 13.

"The offenders were in a red Peugeot 206, one of the passengers stole the handbag which was described as royal blue short handled bag with Mancunia written on the side."

Any witnesses are asked to call 101 and quote the incident number 301, of April 13

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