Bury St Edmunds: Bikes are stolen in two separate burglaries in Kendall Close

Motocross bike and bicycles stolen in garage burglaries

Motocross bike and bicycles stolen in garage burglaries - Credit: Contributed

Bikes worth more than £6,000 have been stolen during two burglaries in the same road in Bury St Edmunds.

Motocross bike and bicycles stolen in garage burglaries

Motocross bike and bicycles stolen in garage burglaries - Credit: Contributed

The first burglary in Kendall Close happened between 7.30pm on June 25 and 12.45pm on June 28

Motocross bike and bicycles stolen in garage burglaries

Motocross bike and bicycles stolen in garage burglaries - Credit: Contributed

An orange KTM 350 motocross bike worth £5,000 and a grey men’s Genesis Latitude mountain bike valued at £400 were stolen from inside the property, along with a Stihl petrol disc cutter worth £400.

The second burglary was discovered after police conducted house to house enquiries as a result of the first offence.

This happened between 9am on June 27 and 2.50pm on June 29 when entry was gained to the garage. A black and blue men’s Giant Defy 2 racing bike worth more than £800 was stolen.


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Anyone with information about either of these crimes is asked to contact Bury St Edmunds Police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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