Police find £50,000 worth of stolen goods at unit in Low Moor

A trials bike similar to the ones stolen

A trials bike similar to the ones stolen

First published in News Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Photograph of the Author by , T&A Reporter

Police have recovered £50,000 worth of stolen goods from an industrial unit in Low Moor, Bradford, including two trials bikes stolen in a burglary in Oakenshaw on Saturday.

Bradford South Neighbourhood Police Officers, together with an Operational Support Team, used specialist thermal cutting equipment to gain entry to the premises yesterday.

Once inside, in addition to the two trials bikes, they found two high value mountain bikes, lawn mowers, strimmers and a range of other power tools. A police spokesman said the value of the goods was estimated to be in the region of £50,000.

Officers want to speak to three males in connection with the discovery of the property, and are now trying to trace all the rightful owners of the goods seized.

Anyone with any information should contact West Yorkshire Police on 101 or via e-mail at ganpt3@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk.

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