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Bikes worth £6,000 stolen from car in Burnley
6:38pm Wednesday 20th March 2013 in News
TWO distinctive and valuable bicycles have been stolen from a car in Burnley.
The theft took place overnight on Monday after the victim had finished loading his blue Mazda sport car on the driveway of his home on Marsden Road.
He charged his car battery up until about 11pm and it is believed someone had been watching before taking the cycles.
One of the stolen bikes is an Enigma bike worth £3,500 and the other is a BMX-style bike valued at £2,500.
Both have mountain bike gears and the Enigma has a titanium frame with brand new tyres that say Continental Grand Prix in white.
The saddle has Selle Italia on it and is padded. It also has plastic mudguards with attachment and a small canvas pouch containing small tools along with a black bottle cage.
The other bike has Sunday bikes written on the titanium frame on a red sticker. It also has plastic mudguards and a dark saddle bag and a canvas pouch containing small tools and equipment.
PC Sarah Wilkinson said: “I’d like to hear from anybody who has been offered these bikes for sale to call us on 101.”
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