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By Tim Clarke Wednesday 02 January 2013 Updated: 02/01 17:01
TWO bikes worth more than £3,000 were stolen from a shed at a home in Barbourne just days before Christmas.
The Specialized bikes were taken from an address on St George's Lane North overnight on December 20/21 and police have appealed for help in tracing them.
The first bike is a man's Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Comp, which is red, black and white, with a fitted bottle cage and body geometry handgrips.
It also has very distinct paint rubbing on the bottom cross bar where the owner's bike carrier has rubbed off the paint work.
The second bike that was stolen is a woman's Specialized MYKA FSR Comp which is silver, purple and white.
It has white pedals, a white bottle cage, specialized body geometry handgrips with white end detailing. The bike also has similar very distinct paint mark rubbing from the bike carrier.
The owner has already carried out a leaflet drop to local homes to try and trace the bikes.
Anyone with information about the incident should call police at Worcester Arboretum Team by dialling 0300 333 3000.
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