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Four children’s quad bikes among items stolen in garage burglary

PUBLISHED: 10:41 08 January 2020 | UPDATED: 10:41 08 January 2020

Seven quad bikes were among the items stolen in a garage burglary in Lowestoft. Pictures: Suffolk Police

Seven quad bikes were among the items stolen in a garage burglary in Lowestoft. Pictures: Suffolk Police

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Quad bikes, fishing equipment, clothing and tools were stolen in a garage burglary.

Seven quad bikes were among the items stolen in a garage burglary in Lowestoft. Pictures: Suffolk PoliceSeven quad bikes were among the items stolen in a garage burglary in Lowestoft. Pictures: Suffolk Police

Police have released images of some of the quad bikes that were stolen as they issued a further appeal for witnesses or information following the burglary in Lowestoft.

The burglary happened at some time between 4pm on Sunday, December 22 and 7am on Monday, December 23, after entry was forced to a garage in Lyndhurst Road with seven quad bikes - consisting of three adult quad bikes and four children's quad bikes - fishing equipment, clothing and tools all stolen from within.

Seven quad bikes were among the items stolen in a garage burglary in Lowestoft. Pictures: Suffolk PoliceSeven quad bikes were among the items stolen in a garage burglary in Lowestoft. Pictures: Suffolk Police

A police spokesman said: "An offender or offenders have cropped a lock off security gates to gain access to garages on Lyndhurst Road.

"A hasp was forced off a garage to get inside."

Seven quad bikes were among the items stolen in a garage burglary in Lowestoft. Pictures: Suffolk PoliceSeven quad bikes were among the items stolen in a garage burglary in Lowestoft. Pictures: Suffolk Police

Anyone with any information about this incident, or who saw anything suspicious should contact Suffolk police, quoting crime reference 37/77180/19 via 101 or email matthew.field@suffolk.pnn.police.uk


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