Thursday, 9 August 2007
Mum threatened and car stolen - Droylsden
A mum has been threatened and had her car stolen by three men in Droylsden. Police are appealing for witnesses to the incident near Red Cot Day Nursery on Fairfield Avenue on Thursday 5 July 2007.At about 5.15pm the 34-year-old woman parked up her blue Ford Fiesta in the yard to the side of the nursery to pick up her child. As she started to walk towards the nursery entrance she was confronted by a man who demanded her car keys.The woman refused and the man pushed her against the wall and threatened her.Two other men then joined the first offender and told the victim to hand her keys over, which she did.All three offenders then got into the car and drove off. The victim was not hurt during the incident but has been left extremely shaken. The main offender is described as white with olive skin, about 19-years-old, 6ft, of medium athletic build. He has short brown hair, brown eyes and was wearing dark trainers, black tracksuit bottoms and a khaki green zip up tracksuit top.