The Roads Policing Unit for Surrey Police are appealing for urgent help in finding two vehicles reportedly stolen from Epsom.

A Ford Transit and Audi Q5 have allegedly been stolen from a resident’s address in Epsom.

The transit vehicle is especially adapted to suit the needs of a boy named Harvey.

Surrey Police say the transit is a “lifeline for Harvey” and are "desperate" to get it back to him and his family.

The Ford Transit Custom number plate is SF70 FJU, whilst the Audi Q5 is JGZ 6847.

Officers have requested members of the public to “keep an eye out” for vehicles that are parked.

Officers have reason to believe the vehicles will be parked in or near Epsom.

If spotted, call 101 immediately.


Roads Policing Unit – Surrey Police said: “We URGENTLY need your help.

“Please RT and/or copy the link and send to friends, especially in the Epsom area.

“Two vehicles were stolen from an address, one is a specially adapted vehicle for Harvey.

“Ford Transit Custom - SF70 FJU Audi Q5 - JGZ 6847

“The Transit is a lifeline for Harvey, so we’re desperate to get it back for him and his family.

“When out and about today, please keep and eye out for vehicles which are parked up.

“They are likely to be parked up in the local (ish) area of Epsom.

“If spotted, please call us on 101 immediately.”