CCTV appeal: police seek public’s help to find stolen motorbikes

Police have released these CCTV images in connection with their investigation into the recent theft of two motorbikes
Police have released these CCTV images in connection with their investigation into the recent theft of two motorbikes

Police are releasing CCTV images in connection with the investigation into the recent theft of two motorbikes.

They were taken from the underground car park of Ovaltine Court, Kings Langley, overnight between Thursday, September 11, and the next day.

Police have released these CCTV images in connection with their investigation into the recent theft of two motorbikes PNL-141023-095906001

Police have released these CCTV images in connection with their investigation into the recent theft of two motorbikes PNL-141023-095906001

The offenders were using a white Ford Transit van which had no number plates on at the back.

The van used has a heavy gauge metal tread step on top of the full width of the bumper and damage to the offside corner of the rear bumper.

It also has a dent just forward of the offside rear wheel arch.

The driver was wearing gloves that had bright green stripes across the top of the hand.

The bikes which were taken were a white Suzuki GSX and a grey Yamaha YZF R6.

PC David Herring said: “Despite the removal of the index from the van it has some quite distinctive features and I would appeal to anyone who has seen the van in the area or knows who it belongs to, to make contact with me.

“I would also appeal to anyone who has any information about those involved in these crimes to contact me.”

If you can help him, phone the Herts Police non-emergency number 101, quoting crime reference number C2/14/1961.

Alternatively, if you do not want to leave your details you can call the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.