Bicycles worth thousands stolen from Galgate shed

Lancaster Police are appealing for any information on the whereabouts of two high valued bicycles which were stolen from a shed in the Teedsdale area of Galgate.

Tuesday, 24th March 2015, 10:10 am
The black and blue CUBE cross race disk 2014 model which was stolen from Teesdale, Galgate over the weekend.

The incident happened between 8pm - 8.30am on Sunday March 22.

One of the bikes is a black and blue cube cross race disk 2014 model with silver pedals, worth £1,999.

The second is a white cannodale hybrid quick 3 2012 model, worth £700.

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White CANNONDALE hybrid quick 3 2012 model which was stolen from Teesdale, Galgate.

A third bicycle was also taken but later found near to Galgate Police station.

Police are warning to be extra vigilant when leaving your home and to make sure your shed is locked securely.

Police say if you are leaving any high valued items in your sheds that are not being used for a long period of time then please bring them into your home out of view.

If you have any information that can assist police in finding the bikes then please do not hesitate to ring Lancaster Police on 101 and quote Crime Number WB1502171.

Alternatively you can call Crime Stoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.