An Audi was stolen for the second time in three years last week, leading the owner to believe it could be the same criminals involved.
Louise Wright, a hearing aid consultant from Norwich, told eveningnews24.co.uk that the RS6 model car has a huge emotional attachment for her, since she first bought it for her husband when he was diagnosed with motor neurone disease, then re-bought the same car after he died.
She said: "The car was a big part of Ashley's life and I bought it in his memory. I am absolutely furious that this has happened again and I would urge anyone who has any information to contact the police."
The Audi cost Ms Wright around £20,000 in 2007, but was stolen two years later. After it was recovered she managed to find it and paid £11,250 for it. On December 5th, the car was taken again.
When it was stolen back in 2009, the criminals took it away by breaking into Ms Wright's home and robbing her keys - without vehicle tracking it is hard to know where the Audi will end up this time.
According to eadt.co.uk, police are currently looking for the culprits - the first time the Audi was stolen the case collapsed due to a lack of evidence, despite three men being arrested.