Warning after thefts from bikes
Police warned motorcyclists to be vigilant of their bikes after a recent string of thefts of personal items.
The Bermuda Police Service recommended that personal items be removed from bike seats and storage boxes when left unattended, particularly overnight.
They added that special care should be given to a bike that is parked overnight, which should be left in a well-lit area.
Members of the public were encouraged to report any suspicious activity around unattended parked motorcycles on 295-0011.
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