Police make appeal after bikes stolen from village shed

Police are appealing for witnesses after four mountain bikes were stolen from a shed in Northumberland. ''The bikes were stolen between 5pm on Monday, July 30 and, 6pm Tuesday, July 31, from a shed at an address in Millfield Terrace, in Shilbottle.
Police are appealing for witnesses after four mountain bikes were stolen from a shed in Northumberland. ''The bikes were stolen between 5pm on Monday, July 30 and, 6pm Tuesday, July 31, from a shed at an address in Millfield Terrace, in Shilbottle.

Police are appealing for witnesses after four mountain bikes were stolen from a shed in a north Northumberland village.

They were taken between 5pm on Monday, July 30, and 6pm on Tuesday, July 31, from an address in Millfield Terrace, in Shilbottle.

Police are appealing for witnesses after four mountain bikes were stolen from a shed in Northumberland. ''The bikes were stolen between 5pm on Monday, July 30 and, 6pm Tuesday, July 31, from a shed at an address in Millfield Terrace, in Shilbottle.

Police are appealing for witnesses after four mountain bikes were stolen from a shed in Northumberland. ''The bikes were stolen between 5pm on Monday, July 30 and, 6pm Tuesday, July 31, from a shed at an address in Millfield Terrace, in Shilbottle.

Two Cervelo bikes – one black and red, the other red and white – as well as a Trek bike and a Kinesis bike were stolen.

A specialised bike frame and two Shimano bike wheels and a bag were also taken.

Officers are keen to hear from anyone who may have any information about the theft or who may have been offered cheap bikes for sale.

Neighbourhood inspector Kevin Oates, who covers the area, said: “We’re carrying out inquiries in to the burglary and want to hear from anyone who may have seen anything suspicious in the area or may have any information about those responsible.

“We also want to hear from anyone who may be offered similar bikes for sale and to be on their guard that if they buy them they could potentially be handling stolen goods.”

Anyone with any information about the theft should contact Northumbria Police on 101 ext 69191.

Alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.