A man and a woman have been charged with theft after an oxygen cylinder was taken from an ambulance responding to an emergency call in Newcastle.
The pair are alleged to have taken the vital equipment along with a cylinder of pain-relieving Entonox from the back of the ambulance, which was parked on Overfield Road in Fawdon, on August 20.
Police arrested Natalie Anne Collins, 23, of Westgate Road, Newcastle, on Wednesday, September 18 and Paul Anthony Nolan, 26, of Fulbrook Road, Kenton, two days later.
They were both charged with theft from a motor vehicle and are due to appear at Newcastle Magistrates’ Court in October.
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