T IN THE PARK SUPREMO’S CAR FOUND AFTER ROBBERY

The motor is discovered ten miles from Stuart Clumpas' home after being used as a getaway vehicle...

Police have recovered the car used in the robbery of T In The Park promoter STUART CLUMPAS.

Clumpas was tied up and robbed by three armed men who broke in to his home in Blanefield, Stirlingshire in the early hours of July 12. The men made off with an estimated #20,000 in cash, part of which was charity money collected for a local children’s hospice from T In The Park last weekend (July 8/9).

Now, Clumpas‘ blue Volkswagen Golf, which was stolen by the intruders and used in the getaway, has been discovered by a member of the public 10 miles away from the scene of the crime, in the grounds of the Lennox Castle Hospital in Kirkintilloch.

nme.com contacted Central Scotland police, who confirmed the car had been recovered, but no arrests have yet been made.

Clumpas, 41, was asleep in his house with wife Judith, who also works with their gig promotions company DF Concerts, along with their two young children aged three and eight months, when they were woken just before 3am by the intruders. Police say the men were wearing balaclavas, green camouflage clothing and were armed with wooden sticks. One has since been described as having an Irish accent.