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Officers are appealing for information after two bikes were stolen from a shed in Macclesfield.
At sometime between 5pm on 11 April and 2pm on 13 April, unknown offenders have targeted a shed on Abbots Close and stolen two mountain bikes.
The first mountain bike is a Santa Cruz 5010 CC in a dark grey colour with a number of 50/1 stickers on the frame.
The second is a Giant LIV with ‘burg-tec’ components attached with a black frame and fluorescent yellow stripe. The rear of the frame is metallic blue.
Santa Cruz 5010 CC in a dark grey colour with a number of 50/1 stickers on the frame
A Giant LIV bike with ‘burg-tec’ components attached with a black frame and fluorescent yellow stripe. The rear of the frame is metallic blue.
Police are now appealing to anyone with information to please come forward.
Police Constable Dave Wilkinson said: “These bikes are extremely distinctive and I would urge anyone who spots the bikes to please get in touch with us.
“The same goes to anyone who is offered one of these bikes or has seen them for sale.
“We have a number of enquiries underway to track the people responsible and bring the bikes back to their rightful owner.
“I would urge anyone who has any information that they think could assist to please contact us and we will do the rest.”
Anyone with information to contact Cheshire Police via the Cheshire Police website or call 101 quoting IML 1244636.
Information can also be passed on to Crimestoppers, anonymously, by calling 0800 555 111 or via the Crimestoppers website.
For information on how to keep your shed secure, please visit the Cheshire Police crime prevention page.
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