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CCTV appeal after motorbikes stolen from Salisbury dealership

Alert message sent 16/07/2019 11:21:00

Information sent on behalf of Wiltshire Police

We are appealing for witnesses after a motorbikes were stolen from a Salisbury dealership.

A break-in occurred at Holeshot Motocross, at the Churchfield Industrial Estate, at around 11pm on Friday (12/07/19).

CCTV footage shows two offenders gaining entry to the site by using a disc cutter to break through the door locks and the metal shutter.

They then stole five motorbikes, which they loaded into a white Mercedes Sprinter van, and drove off.

The five motorbikes were:

- Two Suzuki RMZ 450 2019 models in yellow

- Suzuki 250 2019 in yellow

- Sherco 300 SEF Factory bike 2T in blue

- KTM 300 Six days 2020 TPI

The first suspect is described as a white man, wearing a dark grey top with the hood up, grey tracksuit bottoms and dark-coloured trainers. He was wearing black and red gloves and had a black snood covering half of his face.

The second suspect was also a white man, wearing a bright blue coat, black trousers, grey trainers with yellow and grey gloves.

PC Mark Douglas, from Wiltshire South CPT, said: “We are hoping that someone may recognise these two offenders from the detailed description of them and the good quality CCTV of the crime taking place.

“We would also urge anyone who has seen any motorbikes for sale in unusual circumstances to contact us. If you can think of anything suspicious, then it may help our investigation.”

Anyone with information should call PC Douglas on 101, quoting crime reference 54190068284. Alternatively you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

To view the CCTV images and footage please go to our website: https://www.wiltshire.police.uk/article/4744/CCTV-appeal-after-motorbikes-stolen-from-Salisbury-dealership
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