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Thieves steal thousands of pounds worth of bikes from Cobham homes

Thieves steal thousands of pounds worth of bikes from Cobham homes

Published by Lucinda Horsley at 6:00am 17th July 2019.

Thieves have stolen a number of high value bikes after breaking in to properties in Cobham, whilst the home-owners were on holiday. 

They also made off with a selection of expensive wine after ransacking neighbouring houses in Pine Walk overnight on July 1. 

The occupants of the first house came home to find the garage had been forced open and thousands of pounds worth of items stolen, including; five bikes, several bottles of wine, golf equipment and bike accessories.

THIEVES MADE OFF WITH:

  • Wahoo Kickr turbo trainer;
  • Boardman pro bike;
  • Grey Trek Marlin bike;
  • Black and yellow Genesis core bike;
  • Purple and white Sarasen Mantra bike;
  • Specialized Rockhopper bike.

The occupants of the second address were at home and woke up the following morning to find their garage and outbuilding had been broken into.

The suspects stole bike accessories and skateboarding equipment, as well as a number of bikes including:

  • Neon orange Stevens Whaka 2016 mountain bike;
  • Blue and white Merida Big nine 20 mountain bike;
  • Two dark grey Puch hybrid bikes;
  • Black, white and red Ghost 5100 cross lady touring bike;
  • Black and gold Giant TCR Advanced road racing bike;
  • Black, white and red Giant TCR Advanced road racing bike;
  • White and blue Cervelo R3 Ultegra road racing bike with yellow spokes;
  • Black and red Argou 18 trial bike.

Investigating officer PC Tommy Pearson said: 

"The thieves have escaped with a massive haul worth thousands of pounds after breaking into these two houses in Cobham.

"As well as leaving the occupants extremely distressed, they are also having to come to terms with the financial impact as well as the inconvenience of having to replace these items.

"We are carrying out a number of enquiries to identify who was responsible and if you can help us with any information, we would like to hear from you."

Surrey Police also want to hear from anyone who has been offered any of these items for sale. 

You can contact the force on 101. 

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