Police are trying to locate two expensive bikes that were stolen from a shed in Looe last month.
The men’s mountain bikes, valued at £4,000, were taken from a farm in Widegates near Trenode School, Looe.
The thieves entered the shed through the roof to steal the bikes and a selection of tools sometime between 9pm on Monday 17 September and 8am on Tuesday 18 September.
Both bikes are made by Orange with 17-inch frames and nine gears. One of them is a blue ‘five’ model custom built bike with white stickers, a scratched black mudguard on the front and black seat with red stitching; the other is a silver ‘EVO6’ model with scratched white Fox forks, no mudguard or rear suspension and a black saddle with a red design.
Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101 quoting reference BE/12/578, or alternatively call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.