Two motorcycles stolen in separate shed break-ins

Suffolk police officers have been spat and coughed on by members of the public who they have detaine

Suffolk police officers have been spat and coughed on by members of the public who they have detained. Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN - Credit: Archant

Two motorcycles have been stolen following break-ins at sheds in Bury St Edmunds.

Suffolk police are appealing for witnesses after the two break-in’s this week.

The first incident occurred between 4pm on Tuesday, April 14 and 3pm on Wednesday, April 15 at a property in Anselm Avenue.

At some point during these times an unknown offender/s forced entry into a locked shed by breaking off the lock.

Once inside, they took a white Honda motorcycle (L26 BJC).


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A second incident took place between 5pm on Tuesday, April 14 and 8.20am on Wednesday, April 15 in the same street.

Unknown offender/s gained entry to another shed by cutting off the padlock on the door and stole a blue Yamaha motorcycle (AO13 EVF).

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Anyone with any information about these incidents or who saw anything suspicious should contact Suffolk police on 101, quoting reference number 37/21375/20 for the first incident and 37/21315/20 for the second.

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