Bikes Worth £9,000 Stolen In Cambridge

29 October 2014, 09:57 | Updated: 29 October 2014, 09:58

Bikes worth £9,000 have been stolen in Cambridge.

Three motocross bikes worth a total of £9,000 have been stolen from a property in King Street, Rampton, Cambridge.

The bikes were taken between 11pm on Sunday, October 26, and 8am on Monday, October 27.

The offender unscrewed the hinges of a door to the garage where the bikes were stored before removing the bikes.

A man, described as in his mid-20s, slim, approximately 5'9", with a short blond beard, wearing small black rimmed glasses, a blue baseball cap, jeans, blue trainers and a blue hooded top with fur in the hood, was seen at the property on Friday, October 24.

Police are keen to speak to anyone who may have seen someone matching this description in or around the King Street area near to the time of the incident.

PC Katie Housham said: "These are very distinctive bikes and someone knows where they are. Anyone who may have seen them since they were taken, or who has any information about this incident should call us."

Anyone with information should call PC Housham on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.