A trail bike was stolen from a Shepparton business on Thursday.February 22, 2014 5:29am
Shepparton police Crime Investigation Unit Detective Senior Constable Jeff Wren said the white-and-silver Chinese brand 125 trailbike was taken from a garage on Wyndham St between 10
Det Sen Const Wren said the garage was between Knight and Lightfoot Sts. He urged anyone with information about the bike to contact police.
‘‘The back tyre of the trailbike was flat, so it is likely the bike was pushed along Wyndham St,’’ Det Sen Const Wren said. ‘‘We are interested to hear from anyone who may have seen someone pushing this motorbike along Wyndham St and surrounds between these hours.’’
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