Stolen - three quality bikes worth £10k
Police are appealing for witnesses or information which will lead to the recovery of bikes worth a total of £10,000 stolen from the garage of a house near Redditch in Worcestershire.
The break-in took place on Wednesday night/Thursday morning, June 23/24. The bikes are:
A limited edition Colnago C50 World Championship model estimated value, £4,000. Colour is white fading to black carbon fibre. Equipment: Mavic Cosmic deep section carbon fibre wheels, Campagnolo Super Record group set.
A Ridley Aeron aluminium-framed road bike. Mavic aluminium wheels, Campagnolo Record Group set. This is a winter training bike fitted with black mudguards. Owners name on the crossbar. Estimated value, £2000.
A Dolan TT bike with tri-bars. High-gloss, black carbon fibre frame, Mavic solid carbon rear wheel, a Head tri-spoke front wheel, but with Mavic stickers on it. Campagnolo Super Record group set. Estimated value: £4000.
PC Andy Freeman of West Mercia police says: "The theft of these bikes is a terrible blow to their owner who had taken a great deal of time and effort to build up the bikes himself."
"All three should stand out and I am asking the public t o keep an eye out for them."
Witnesses can contact PC Freeman on 0300 333 3000. Or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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