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Thieves smash way into Warwick motorbike store

UPDATE: Thieves have smashed through the window of a Warwick motorcycle store, stealing two motorbikes and motorcycle clothing.

It's believed the theft at Top Two Motorcycles occurred sometime between 5.45pm on Tuesday and 6am Wednesday.

Warwick police Sergeant Lisa Self said police were reviewing CCTV footage and making further enquiries.

"They've broken the front plate glass windows and stolen two motorcycles and some motorcycle clothing," she said.

The stolen motorbikes are a yellow and white Yamaha YZF 450 quad bike and a blue Yamaha Pee Wee 50.

Sgt Self said police didn't expect the stolen motorbikes to be driven on the road.

The owners of Top Two Motorcycles were unable to comment yesterday.

The break-in at Top Two Motorcycles is the latest in a string of similar crimes around the Rose City in the past week.

Tackle and Tusk and Lifeline were broken into at the weekend.

Police are investigating whether the break-ins are linked.

Anyone with any information is encouraged to phone Crime Stoppers on 1800.333.000 or Policelink on 131.444.

EARLIER: Thieves have smashed their way into a Warwick motorcycle shop, stealing a number of bikes overnight.

Police investigations are continuing at Top Two Motorcycles this morning.

Sergeant Lisa Self said thieves had smashed the front windows and made off with a couple of motorbikes.

Topics:  warwick, warwick police




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