Heartless thieves steal motorbike from nurse working 12 hour shift at Pinderfields Hospital
A nurse has launched a desperate appeal to find her motorbike, which was stolen from hospital grounds while she was working a 12-hour shift.
The woman was working at Pinderfields Hospital in Wakefield on Monday and finished her shift at 7.30pm.
When she left the hospital she found her motorbike had been stolen.
It's the fourth time in seven years she has had a motorbike stolen while on shift, the neonatal nurse said, and she relies on the bike to get to and from work.
Her husband believes the motorbike could now be in Leeds after a potential sighting in Harehills.
The woman's husband, who does not wish to be named, said: "She worked a long day yesterday, a long day today and a long day tomorrow. The shifts I work mean that I won’t see her until Friday.
"She’s had to arrange lifts to get to and from work. It’s impacted on other people too that try and help her out."
Anyone with information on the motorbike's whereabouts should contact West Yorkshire Police on 101, quoting reference number 13210145653.
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