Bikes worth nearly £3,000 stolen in Seaford

Police news.
Police news.

Police are appealing for witnesses after four bikes were stolen from a garage in Bishopstone Road, Seaford.

Officers were called at around 10.50am on Saturday, August 15 to a report that a residential outbuilding had been broken into sometime between 9pm on Sunday, August 9 and 10.30am that morning.

One of the bikes is described as a blue, Pashley Brittania women’s freestyle bike with old fashioned handlebars. It has six gears with a basket on the front and is believed to be worth about £1,000.

The second is a man’s Corrara mountain bike, which is blue with 16 gears. It’s worth around £250.

The other two bikes are both white, electric ‘Panda Sport’ bikes which are valued at around £850 each.

Sergeant Stuart Mullins said: “We would like to speak with anyone who may have seen something suspicious between Sunday, August 9 and Saturday, August 15.

“If you can help please email or call 101 quoting reference 0558 of 15/08.”

Alternatively you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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