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Police Appeal After Theft of Special Bikes

Published on: 25 Jul, 2013
Updated on: 3 Aug, 2013

Police officers are appealing for information following the theft of two specialist bikes overnight on Friday, July 12, from a garage at an address in The Street, Compton.

logo-surrey-police-darkBGThe incident happened between 10pm and around 7.50am the next morning when the thieves removed a padlock from the wooden doors to the garage and stole two specialised bikes and one road bike:

The first is a £9,000 specialised branded Wyndy Milla custom-made cycle with a red, white and blue frame.

The second specialised bike is a BMC model number SLX01, which has a white frame with black logos and is worth £3,000.

The trek road bike that was also stolen is a unisex model which is blue in colour and worth £500.

PC Ricky Martin said: “The suspects involved in this crime have targeted this property and have specifically stolen the Wyndy Milla and BMC which are specialised bikes of significant high value and not normally sold at high street bike shops.”

Anyone who has seen the bikes or has any information is asked to call Surrey Police on 101, quoting reference GD/13/6012, or call independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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