A VEHICLE belonging to a support agency for disabled adults was stolen with important supplies inside.

Access2Support – which provides help to residents with learning difficulties, physical disabilities and mental health problems – had its dark green Volkswagen Touran seven-seater stolen while it was parked on Regent Street in Runcorn, outside the Chefway takeaway, shortly after 12.45pm on Thursday, March 19.

Manager Bronte Thomas, 25, said: "It is my dad's car that was stolen, he is really upset.

"It's just awful, and what it makes it worse is that the person was clearly watching and knew the supplies were for someone with a disability.

"The time it took was literally 30 seconds from we left the car, I just don’t understand it."

It was stocked full of medication, money, toilet rolls, milk, bread, kitchen roll and disinfectant sprays to hand out to its clients.

Bronte’s diabetic mum also had her insulin pens inside the vehicle at the time and is yet to receive an emergency prescription from doctors.

The 25-year-old added: "The police came out straight away and searched the streets for two hours, we contacted Merseyflow to see if the car has went past the bridge and it hasn’t.

"My dad got a pretty large crack from a couple of days ago on the windscreen and also on the passenger side front window so anyone that has took it to sell it will notice this."

"We just want it home, I know it’s only a car but it’s our transportation.”

Cheshire Police says its enquiries into the incident are ongoing.

Anyone with any information about it should call the force on 101, quoting incident number IML664146, or contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.