Monday, 18 December 2017

Thieves steal six bicycles

SIX bicycles were stolen in a series of break-ins in Henley.

SIX bicycles were stolen in a series of break-ins in Henley.

Four machines worth a total of £2,000 were taken from Countess Gardens in Bell Street between October 31 and November 2. They had been chained together in a shed and police believe a vehicle was used in the theft.

A man’s bicycle was stolen from a shed in Clarence Road between October 19 and 23 after the thief broke the lock.

The sixth machine was stolen from a shed in King’s Road between October 19 and November 2.

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