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Bikes stolen from two teenagers near community centre

PUBLISHED: 13:04 08 January 2020 | UPDATED: 13:04 08 January 2020

A blue and green Carrera Valour was one of the two bikes stolen by thieves from near a community centre in Lowestoft. Picture: Suffolk Police

A blue and green Carrera Valour was one of the two bikes stolen by thieves from near a community centre in Lowestoft. Picture: Suffolk Police

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Witnesses are being sought after bikes were stolen from two teenagers.

A hybrid bike was among two bikes, owned by the teenagers, that were stolen from near a popular community centre in Lowestoft this week.

Appealing for information in posts on the Suffolk Police Twitter and Facebook pages Suffolk Police said: "Two bikes stolen Carlton Colville Community Centre on Hall Road early evening on January 6.

Two bikes were stolen from teenagers near to a community centre in Lowestoft. Pictures: Suffolk PoliceTwo bikes were stolen from teenagers near to a community centre in Lowestoft. Pictures: Suffolk Police

"A Carrera hybrid and Carrera Vengeance bike stolen from 13-year-old and 14-year-old."

The thief, or thieves, left behind a blue Apollo Phaze mountain bike in place of one of the Carrera bikes.

A blue Apollo Phaze bike was left behind after two bikes were stolen from teenagers near to a community centre in Lowestoft. Pictures: Suffolk PoliceA blue Apollo Phaze bike was left behind after two bikes were stolen from teenagers near to a community centre in Lowestoft. Pictures: Suffolk Police

Anyone who knows the whereabouts of the bikes should call Lowestoft police on 101 quoting crime reference numbers 371287/20 or 37/1175/20.

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