Blog

Let’s help Sonia McColl find her stolen park home

29 November 2017|Paul Baker

Sometime between 18:00 on Wednesday 22nd November and 06:00 on Thursday 23rd November 2017, an entire park home belonging to Sonia McColl was stolen. 

Thousands of park home residents up and down the country have good reason to be thankful to Sonia McColl for her massive effort to get some long awaited changes to the Mobile Homes Act, particularly in relation to sale blocking. How sad it is therefore to report that her new home, which was about to be sited on a new plot in Devon has been shamelessly and wickedly stolen. 

It’s not easy to steal and hide a park home so we are asking for people to look out for the home and to report any suspicions to Devon and Cornwall Police. They can be contacted via email at 101@dc.police.uk or by telephoning 101 quoting the crime reference number CR/102371/17. Alternatively, Crimestoppers can be contacted on 0800 555 111.

The Serial Number of Sonia's park home is SA11.049221E

For more information about the theft of Sonia's park home, please see the following news articles:

  1. Devon & Cornwall Police website
  2. The Sun website
  3. BBC News, Devon
Supporting Sonia – if you would like to donate to the campaign to replace Sonia McColl’s park home which was cruelly stolen, please do so here, thank you.