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Five bicycles stolen during Brandon break-in




Bikes worth almost �3,000 have been stolen from a shed in Brandon. Pictured clockwise from top left: A black Giant Boulder mountain bike, an orange Holdsworth racing bike, a blue and yellow Greg LeMond racing bike and a pearl white Olmo racing bike ANL-150309-161529001
Bikes worth almost �3,000 have been stolen from a shed in Brandon. Pictured clockwise from top left: A black Giant Boulder mountain bike, an orange Holdsworth racing bike, a blue and yellow Greg LeMond racing bike and a pearl white Olmo racing bike ANL-150309-161529001

Police are appealing for witnesses after five bicycles worth almost £3,000 were stolen during a shed burglary in Brandon at the weekend.

The break-in took place between 5pm on Saturday, August 29, and 11am Sunday, August 30, at an address in Rattlers Road, where a shed in the back garden was forced open.

Bikes worth almost �3,000 have been stolen from a shed in Brandon. Pictured: A white Orbea racing bike ANL-150309-161516001
Bikes worth almost �3,000 have been stolen from a shed in Brandon. Pictured: A white Orbea racing bike ANL-150309-161516001

Thieves made away with a pearl white Olmo racing bike, an orange Holdsworth racing bike and a blue and yellow Greg LeMond racing bike - all of which have Campagnolo fittings - a white Orbea racing bike and a black Giant Boulder mountain bike.

The total value of these bikes is estimated at £2,900.

Officers would like to hear from any witnesses who may have seen any suspicious persons or vehicles in the area over the weekend.

Anyone with information about this crime is asked to contact the Brandon Safer Neighbourhood Team on 101 quoting reference MH/15/1714, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.



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