‘Distinctive’ bikes worth hundreds stolen from locked Dundee garage

A blue Saracen Urban Cross mountain bike similar to the one stolen
A blue Saracen Urban Cross mountain bike similar to the one stolen

Police have launched an appeal for information after three ‘distinctive’ bikes were stolen in Dundee.

The mountain bikes were stolen from a locked garage on Glenmoy Avenue, in the Glens area.

Each of the bikes is worth hundreds of pounds, according to police.

The stolen bikes are a white Calibre Two Two mountain bike with red trim, a blue Saracen Urban Cross mountain bike with green trim, and a white Raleigh Cayusa mountain bike with blue trim.

Calibre Two Two mountain bike

Police are now urging anyone who may have information regarding the theft which happened sometime between March 14 and 15 to come forward.

Acknowledging that the theft occurred weeks ago, officers believe the bikes could have been offered for sale on the black market.

A Raleigh Cayusa

A Police Scotland spokesman said: “While this obviously took place some time ago, and the chances of someone actually witnessing the theft occur are slim, the three stolen bikes are quite distinctive, and may have been offered for sale around the city.

“If you have any information which could assist our enquiries, or if you know of the potential whereabouts of these bikes, please call 101 or speak with any police officer.

“Information can also be given anonymously through Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111. Our reference is CR/6130/18.”

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