Here at London Private Detectives, we are always doing everything we can to solve theft cases in the shortest amount of time possible
(PRWEB UK) 30 October 2014
According to the article published by BBC News, dated 30 June 2014: Maggie's cancer centre at Nottingham hospital burgled, thousands of pounds have been stolen by thieves after a summer fair. The fair was organized to raise charity for cancer. The police have opened up an investigation into the theft from Maggie’s cancer center in Nottingham City Hospital on Sunday evening, which offers help to people affected by cancer. The safe, which contained donations, was taken, along with several computers. This is not the first time thieves have taken something from the cancer support center. Back in 2012, four computers had been stolen. Joan Bateman, one of the cancer patients, said: "I think it is dreadful. People who do this sort of thing do not realize the amount of hurt they are causing us."
Fundraiser Anna Read added: "We feel absolutely gutted. All the volunteers worked so hard to raise the money - I feel like it is a slap in the face that someone could come in and take that money away from us.”
The cancer centre depends on fundraising and donation in order to run programmes and workshops.
The despicable actions described in the article above are condemned by everyone at London Private Detectives (http://www.london-privatedetectives.co.uk), and the agency itself calls for a more aggressive approach on tackling thieves and burglars. London Private Detectives don’t have the power to influence policies which would discourage criminals from actually committing the acts, but they can help people who have had their valuables stolen from them. Their skilled and experience private detectives will use their knowledge and expertise to locate the thieves, and hopefully retrieve the stolen items or cash. The investigators will use whatever information they are provided with by the client, and start up an investigation. Burglaries and thefts are something that they handle routinely on a daily basis, so they will be able to handle any case for sure, whatever it may be. London Private Detectives are here to help victims of thieves or burglars.
Chief investigator at London Private Detectives Christine Alexander pointed out that thieves will not hesitate to steal from anyone, even if it’s a charity organization. She also went on to say: “Here at London Private Detectives, we are always doing everything we can to solve theft cases in the shortest amount of time possible, so that our client’s lives can return to normal, with their faith in justice completely restored. We make sure that no crime goes unpunished, but we need your help, so give us a call. We are waiting for you.
Chief investigator Christine Alexander can be reached on 020 7125 0053