Image title: Stolen VW split screen camper van BJT 525A Can you help?

Stolen VW split screen camper van BJT 525A Can you help?

I was contacted on Friday 15 June 2007 in connection with this 1959 split screen camper van registration BJT 525A. It was stolen from the front drive of owner Donna's house on Westwood Lane in Welling (near Blackfen), Kent, to the south east of London (UK). Below is the message she sent me. Can you provide any information? Please contact me and I will forward the information to her.

"I came home yesterday to find my bus had been stolen off my drive. My neighbours saw them come and tow it away with a Ford Transit van. It is green and grey (hand painted) and a bit tatty (please see attached photo) but shes a great bus and I'm desperate to get her back. She has a broken rear left brake light and a square patch on her roof. She also has a Brighton Breeze 2003 magnet on the dash as thats where I bought her.

She really is everything to me and I am hoping someone somewhere will spot her and she'll be found. So could you please put the photo up and keep your eyes and ears open, I really would be very grateful. There is a reward for information leading to her being found, whatever her condition, she is a huge part of my life and I just want her back, no questions asked."


Stolen VW split screen camper van BJT 525A Can you help?



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