Heartless thieves steal boy's CD collection
A HONITON boy with special needs has lost one of the pleasures in his life – no thanks to thieves.
A HONITON boy with special needs has lost one of the pleasures in his life - no thanks to thieves.
They stole his precious collection of CDs, featuring music from the 50s and 60s.
The boy knew every song on the albums. They helped to comfort him on frequent trips to Bristol.
PCSO Sue Rowe says it will take the young boy weeks to enjoy new songs.
The CDs were stolen from a car in Honiton in the early hours of Sunday, March 1.
Anybody with information about the theft or whereabouts of the CDs is asked to contact police on 08452 777444.
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