Scottish dealers be aware of reselling of stolen mobility aids
After a retailer has been broken into in Scotland and thieves have taken £6,000 worth of mobility equipment, dealers in the East Kilbridge area should be wary of anybody selling mobility products.
Based in East Kilbride, Glasgow, the Mobility Centre was broken into and thieves stole three mobility scooters and two specialist chairs, according to the Daily Record. Alongside the stolen devices, the thieves also reportedly caused £1,200 worth of damage.
It has been reported that police in the East Kilbridge area are searching for the thieves who stole thousands of pounds worth of mobility equipment.
Having been established for 8 years, the Mobility Centre sells a variety of mobility aids including mobility scooters, powered wheelchairs, manual wheelchairs, adjustable beds, rise and recline chairs, and walkers.
The retailer prides itself on great customer service, high-quality products, competitive pricing and after care support for its customers.