[IMGL]http://www.malverngazette.co.uk/resources/images/1898312/?type=display[/IMGL] A COUPLE were left shocked after â€œbrazenâ€ thieves stole a car from their driveway in broad daylight. Jane Metcalfe, who lives on the A4103 Hereford Road in Storridge, near Malvern, with her partner Terry Jones, said their Mini Cooper was taken sometime between 1pm-4pm on Thursday, January 26. A neighbour saw three young men tow the car away towards Malvern after dragging it down the propertyâ€™s gravel drive. Two of them were in a royal blue Peugeot, with the other sat in the Mini. The car, which was registered as off the road, is a limited edition, lowered green Mini Cooper with matching leather interior and personalised registration plate of RPB74R. Ms Metcalfe said: â€œWe were shocked. â€œYou donâ€™t expect people to be so brazen about it and do it at that time of the day so blatantly. â€œIt would be nice to see it again but I doubt if we will. â€œThere are always people passing along the road every single day. My neighbour said it was about 4pm when she came home and saw them pull it off the drive. â€œShe actually waited for them to pull it off so she could get onto her drive. â€œShe thought â€˜Jane has sold the Miniâ€™. Apparently they stopped the traffic.â€ She estimates the car could be worth Â£2,000-3,000 or about Â£6,000 if it was done up. As well as raising awareness of the theft on internet forums and local groups, the couple have placed a sign outside their home appealing for witnesses to call Mr Jones on 07583 423309. West Mercia Police is appealing for anyone who may have seen the car being towed away or anywhere else in the Malvern area. Anyone with information should call police on the non-emergency number 101, quoting incident 527s26/01/12, or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.