Brazen thieves steal motorbikes from garage in Sutton
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Motorbikes and hundreds of pounds worth of equipment were stolen from a garage in Sutton on Thursday.
The incident happened at about 1.30pm, in High Street, with reports of “two men in balaclavas” stealing the items and loading them into a white Renault van.
Two motocross bikes and a pitbike – a smaller version of a motorcycle – were taken in the raid along with boots, helmets and a host of other equipment.
The bikes taken included an orange/black Ktm exc 250 2005, a red/black Honda crf 250 2006 and a mini bike Honda 150.
The owner of the bikes posted on Facebook: “Our neighbour opposite witnessed the whole thing and called police but they didn’t get there in time. Two men in balaclavas with a white Renault van. They obviously didn’t care about being seen.”
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Anyone with information about the bikes should call Cambridgeshire police on 101.
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