AN NHS key worker feels distraught after her motorcycle was stolen which she relies on to get to her job at a hospital.

Adina Nash from Easthampstead, Bracknell has luckily been given a courtesy car due to her being a keyworker as a nurse and needing to get to work.

Her Suzuki V-Strom motorbike was stolen from Easthamptead on Saturday, May 16 at about 3.30pm.

She said: "As an NHS nurse I am desperate to find this as I need to travel to the Royal Free Hospital in North London each day.

"I suspect that my insurance will also go up which is so unfair as it was in the garage and someone invaded my privacy and stole the motorcycle. I was not at fault."

Police have said that no arrests have been made.

A spokesman said: "An investigation into this incident was carried out. No arrests have been made. It has now been filed pending further information coming to light."

Ms Nash explained her journey is now adding up in costs as she's having to park the rental car for £17.20 each day.

She added: "The consequences are that the insurance company (Aviva) very kindly gave me a courtesy car, they didn't have to as I hadn't got this on my policy although recognised that as a nurse right now I needed to be in the hospital.

"I usually ride my motorcycle to Richmond station each day and use the Overground to Hampstead Heath train station and then a short walk to the Royal Free Hospital.

"I have been doing this for ten years now as it is free parking for motorcycles and this has saved me a small fortune. Now I am having to park this rental car at £17.20 each day which all adds up. Fortunately the motorway is clear at 6:30 am at the moment although when lock down eases I will need to leave even earlier to be able to catch the Overground from Richmond."