They won't do any work , not with other stuff like kids stabbing each other left right and centre. What they need to do is post it on every Peckham and surrounding area facebook page . Thats buying and selling , gossip pages , car pages , lost pets pages etc .
Someone will know them and will comment or message .Or even tag someone who knows them.
I really think that in most cases of thefts nowadays you have to sort it out for yourself and then the police might act .The best weapon against and finding your car and getting a arrest is social media .
I'm sure you will all be saddened to hear that (MGOC member) Kay Pinnock's beloved 1971 MGB "Tim", registration number 55 TMM, was stolen on Thursday morning from right outside her house in London.
Although the two men who carried out the theft were captured on CCTV (see photo), and the police now have a warrant to bring the older of the two men in for questioning, no more has since been heard of the car.
The CCTV footage shows the thieves to have been loitering in the area for 10 minutes prior to taking the MGB.
It is now known that they had a yellow car loader waiting down the road for them, and so this crime has all the hallmarks of having been a commissioned theft.
If you are offered or see this car for sale, or if you come into contact with the men in the photos please contact the police and the owner (on 07412 679 331) immediately.
Detailed photos of "Tim" prior to the theft can be viewed on this link bit.ly/2SKMH7g
It is likely the number plates would have been changed by now.
Kay and "Tim" the MGB have been together for 45 years, and were regulars at MGOC and MGCC runs, and at Brooklands and Goodwood etc.
So please let's as a community do all we can to bring "Tim" the MGB back home.
Please share this post widely in the classic car community, and please ask all your trade contacts to display the attached poster in motor trade premises. (Download the poster from this link bit.ly/2P8x8YQ)
This was a brazen theft on a busy street in broad daylight, right outside the owner's home. It is likely that someone in the classic car community knows the identity and whereabouts of the men in the photos.
Let's get them caught and brought to justice before they do it again to someone else in our community. Thank you in advance for whatever help you can provide.
the red car is NOT a Honda its a HYUNDAI i20 Check the reg GV59BTE On dvla I suggest to the owners of the mg to send off for a Registration document for the Hyundai and take there own investigation from there