A DOORMAN said his 'blood was left boiling’ after thieves broke into his car and stole his Prada bag.

Simon Bond, 30, lost around £2,000 of goods from his Vauxhall Insignia parked in a car park off High Street, Barrow.

As well as the £500 Prada bag, Mr Bond said thieves helped themselves to designer clothing, bags including a £300 gold North Face1 Supreme bag, electronics including an iPad and air pods and alcohol.

The break-in took place overnight on Friday with Mr Bond discovering the theft after returning to his car after work.

Mr Bond said: “I couldn’t believe it.

“I’ve just moved to Barrow, not even been here a week and this has happened.

“I was heading back to my car after work when I saw some of the stuff which had been in the boot strewn all across the back seat.

“I’ve lost almost £2,000 of things.

“Some of the items won’t be sold anywhere around here and will really stick out so I’d encouraging anyone who sees them or are offered them to get in contact with the police.

“It really boils my blood to know what has happened.

“I work hard and save up to buy nice things and someone’s just robbed it.”

The 30-year-old said he is unsure how the thieves gained access to the car, which was parked between The Mail offices and The Duke of Edinburgh pub, as there was no obvious damage.

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Despite the value of the items taken, he said he was glad nothing of sentimental value was lost.

He said: “Luckily they didn’t take anything really sentimental to me.

“At first I thought they had taken a pin which was left to me by a friend who had died, but luckily I found it at home.”

Cumbria Police are investigating the incident and urged anyone who witnessed anything suspicious.

A police spokesman said: "We urge anyone who witnessed the theft take place, saw something suspicious or knows who is responsible to contact on 101 quoting log number: CP-20190907-0048.

"Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111."