Police launch appeal to find stolen motorbikes

Posted by: Laura Hammond

Tue 24th May 2022

Police are appealing for information after two motorbikes were stolen from Leabrooks, near Alfreton.

Both of the bikes were stolen at some point overnight between Wednesday, April 13, and Thursday, April 14.

An appeal issued by Derbyshire Constabulary said: “A silver Neco Abruzzi, with a partial registration starting PJ67, was stolen from Charles Street, and a silver Kawasaki, with a partial registration starting with PX08, was stolen from a parking area off Main Road.

“Enquiries are continuing into the thefts, and officers hope that someone may recognise the photographs from these pictures and come forward.

“Have you seen these motorcycles? If you live nearby or were in the area at the time, did you see anything suspicious?”

If you recognise the bikes – or have any information that could help the investigation – contact Derbyshire Constabulary on 101 and quote reference 22000211660.

You can also contact the force via its Facebook page or sent a direct message to the @DerPolContact Twitter account.

Alternatively, you can use Derbyshire Constabulary’s online contact form or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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