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Hi my friend was parked up in a Heath clinic when his car was stolen.

Also he had around £3000 in his car which has also been stolen.

When he realised and called the police they only stayed to ask him questions and take notes for around 5mins.

What I wanted to now how do you get the police to help you check the CCTV cameras in the area and the CCTV in the health clinic?

What can me friend do to get back his car or the value of the car?

Thank you for your help.

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i would think they have already done that

 

however is this not better to direct these issues toward his ins company?

i would assume like most policies, there is legal cover involved

that should be used to its fullest extent.

 

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i would think they have already done that

 

however is this not better to direct these issues toward his ins company?

i would assume like most policies, there is legal cover involved

that should be used to its fullest extent.

 

dx

 

The Police should be dealing with this. He can get CCTV footage from the people responsible for the camera. I.E the Health Clinic. Data Protection subject access request.

 

The Insurers will want to know why he had £3k in the car. Sounds a bit suspicious to me. They won't cover this and neither will any other form of Insurance. Leaving £3k in an unattended car would be at his own risk, so his loss.

 

If I were working at this Insurance company, I would ask for a good explanation as to why there was £3k left in the car. If there was not a satisfactory answer, I think I would start investigating a bit more. Insurers may decide to cancel the policy, if they are unhappy with the risk.

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Think it should also be noted that if the keys were left in the ignition (which I am sure and hope they were not) there is no claim for the theft of the vehicle.

In regards to the £3,000 if that was his own personal money then as UB67 said it would not be covered under his motor or home contents policy. The only way that the money would be covered would be if it was under a commercial policy which covered Money under an All Risks basis in respect of loss or destruction of or damage to money in Transit and on the Insured Premise which would cover £2,500 - £10,000 but general exclusion being during normal business hours and on route from premises to bank.

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Think it should also be noted that if the keys were left in the ignition (which I am sure and hope they were not) there is no claim for the theft of the vehicle.

In regards to the £3,000 if that was his own personal money then as UB67 said it would not be covered under his motor or home contents policy. The only way that the money would be covered would be if it was under a commercial policy which covered Money under an All Risks basis in respect of loss or destruction of or damage to money in Transit and on the Insured Premise which would cover £2,500 - £10,000 but general exclusion being during normal business hours and on route from premises to bank.

 

It's not so much the money he would like to now and see who done this to his car.

I now for a fact he never did report the money as it would go against him when Cali

Ing I surance

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Think it should also be noted that if the keys were left in the ignition (which I am sure and hope they were not) there is no claim for the theft of the vehicle.

In regards to the £3,000 if that was his own personal money then as UB67 said it would not be covered under his motor or home contents policy. The only way that the money would be covered would be if it was under a commercial policy which covered Money under an All Risks basis in respect of loss or destruction of or damage to money in Transit and on the Insured Premise which would cover £2,500 - £10,000 but general exclusion being during normal business hours and on route from premises to bank.

 

It's not so much the money he would like to now and see who done this to his car.

I now for a fact he never did report the money as it would go against him when Cali

Ing Insurance. He did not leave the keys in the car, the police were not helpfull at all.

How can he approache the police to look into the CCTV please.

Also I write a new thread and am not sure where to post it and then can't find it can you tell me how to do this pleas?

Many thank

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It's not so much the money he would like to now and see who done this to his car.

I now for a fact he never did report the money as it would go against him when Cali

Ing Insurance. He did not leave the keys in the car, the police were not helpfull at all.

How can he approache the police to look into the CCTV please.

Also I write a new thread and am not sure where to post it and then can't find it can you tell me how to do this pleas?

Many thank

 

The Police won't help with CCTV. He needs to approach the people responsible for the CCTV, so he will need to ask the Health Clinic whether they still have the recordings and if they have, pay them a £10 admin fee for a copy of any footage showing his car. He may need to make the request in writing citing the Data Protection Act.

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