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Have you seen these motorbikes?
Police Press Release
11 April 2012
BURGLARY 25 - 28 March 2012
Three pit bikes along with four helmets have been stolen from a garage in the Whitehawk area of Brighton sometime between Sunday 25 March and Wednesday 28 March.
The private garage which is situated behind Henley Court on Henley Road, was broken into via the main door.
PC Matthew Rohman from Brighton and Hove Neighbourhood Response Team said: "The owners of the bikes are devastated that despite the garage being secure the door was wrenched open and their much loved bikes stolen.
"We are hoping that by providing photos and detailed descriptions of the bikes that someone will come forward and assist us with our enquiries. If you know who is responsible for the theft or you have been offered the bikes for sale please call 101 quoting serial 989 of 28/3 or the independant charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111."
The bikes are described as:
A Stomp Elite 150cc, with white and black graphics and the name 'GLEN ALLAN' written on the frame along with '666' race numbers. The bike is mainly red in colour with a white coloured rear shock and Mozochi front suspension. It has pro taper handlebars and poli sport hand guards.
Serial number: LFKYCJL0371018126
A Stomp 140cc which is red with white and black stickers. One sticker reads UNI located on the front of the mud flap. On the left hand side of the bike is an engine case with text that reads, 'Hustle Fully Blown'.
Serial number: IP56FMJ0AC11023
A green pit bike with 'Monster Energy' plastics and graphics.
Serial number: IP56FMJOA805019
The helmets are described as:
A red 'THH' full face helmet, with skull patterns
A green 'THH' full face helmet with skull pattern
A white full face 'Fox' helmet with a black latinese pattern
A silver full face 'Shark' helmet
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