Motorcycles stolen from Cycle Care
Four motorcycles were stolen from a warehouse in Pembroke, police said yesterday.
Officers said three of the bikes had already been traced, but appealed for anyone with information on the theft to contact them.
The vehicles were taken from the Cycle Care warehouse, understood to be on Woodlands Road, over the weekend.
Cycle Care declined to comment.
A police spokesman said: “It appears that someone gained entry into the warehouse and removed four cycles.
“Three cycles have been recovered and police are interested in speaking with anyone who may have any information that can assist police in this investigation.”
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