Avon and Somerset Police has launched an appeal for help from the public after three bikes, together worth around £15,000, were taken from a property in Bath.
The bikes were taken overnight from a garden building in the Fairfield Park area of Bath.
The bikes are:
- An electric Haibike mountain bike. It has a black and grey frame with orange coloured lettering on the main frame and forks. It has front and rear suspension and Maxxis tyres.
- A Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt – a grey coloured carbon fibre mountain bike with front suspension.
- A Cervelo C3 road bike, which has a black coloured frame with the name Cervolo written on a white background on the downtube. There are red features on the front forks and chainstay tube and the bike has a GPS unit fitted to the handlebars.
They were taken overnight between Saturday 3rd August and Sunday 4th August.
Officers are appealing to anyone offered any of the bikes to contact them.
Police would also like members of local cycling clubs, cycle dealers and second-hand shops to remain vigilant and report to them if they are approached to buy the bikes.
Anyone able to help with information is asked to contact Avon and Somerset Police on 101, quoting reference 5219178466
Police are taking the opportunity to advise people with bikes to ensure that they are security marked and stored in a secure location.