Olivia Attwood’s car found with help of fans after stolen from driveway


Olivia Attwood is relieved to have her beloved automotive discovered (Image: @oliviajade_atwood, Instagram)

Olivia Attwood has shared the excellent news that her stolen automotive has been discovered, and it’s all all the way down to her eagle-eyed followers. 

The previous Love Island star despatched a determined plea by way of social media within the early hours of Wednesday morning after realising thieves had stolen her Vary Rover straight from her personal driveway simply minutes earlier than. 

Olivia, who lives in Manchester with boyfriend Bradley Dack, shared photographs of the car on Instagram and requested these across the native space, together with Cheshire, to maintain their eyes peeled for any signal of the automotive. 

She was keen to supply a reward and revealed that not solely did the automotive have a tracker, however she had CCTV footage of the automotive being stolen from outdoors her dwelling. 

Simply over a day later, Olivia, 31, returned to social media with a constructive replace to substantiate the automotive had been discovered. 

‘CAR FOUND!!!!!!!! That’s the ability of social media child!!!!!’ Olivia wrote in her Instagram tales on Thursday night time. 

Olivia revealed she even noticed the thieves coming again to the automotive the place they’d dumped it in ‘broad daylight’ (Image: @oliviajade_atwood, Instagram)
Olivia pleaded with followers to search for her canine towels that the thieves had thrown out (Image: @oliviajade_atwood, Instagram)
The previous Love Island star revealed the Vary Rover was stolen from her driveway (Image: @oliviajade_atwood, Instagram)

‘The little huns had given me some cute new quantity plates and parked the automotive on a random road. Engine was nonetheless scorching – AND we caught them coming again for it in broad daylight. Beautiful,’ she added. 

Olivia revealed the emotional toll the theft had taken on her and added: ‘I’m drained af however simply needed to say thanks – with out all of your messages and sightings I’d have by no means seen that automotive once more… 

‘I really feel like we’re the avengers or one thing it’s nice, love you xxxx.’ 

The truth TV star had first alerted her followers to the state of affairs at round 1:10am on Wednesday morning, writing alongside a photograph of the car: ‘This automotive has simply been stolen from my driveway, about 15 minutes in the past. If anybody in Manchester sees it.

Olivia lives in Manchester with boyfriend Bradley Dack (Image: Rex Options)

‘Providing reward. It has a tracker and we’ve digicam photos of the thieves.’

‘We additionally know the automotive has no gas so any petrol stations in Manchester/Cheshire inside the subsequent hour please maintain your eyes open.’

Olivia described the automotive as a black Vary Rover with City throughout the bonnet and likewise appealed for any sightings of canine towels and clothes which the thieves had been throwing out of the car on their means. 

‘Thanks a lot for all messages already guys. Now we have had a few promising leads,’ she later mentioned. 

‘The automotive seemingly has new quantity plates now – so even when you see one that appears like this anyplace within the UK with this City package and so forth – please take a pic and get in contact.’

Olivia identified that the alloy wheels have been scratched, joking: ‘Can inform it’s mine lol.’

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