Police ask public for help in tracing distinctive motorbike

templateheaderimage11072012134248Surrey Police is appealing for information after a motorbike was stolen from a car park in Addlestone.

The theft occurred at 5.50pm on Friday, 8 November at the Bourne Valley Garden Centre in Woodham Park Road. The motorbike is a black and white 2008 Yamaha R1, with number plate LG58KJO.

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After being stolen the motorbike proceeded in the direction of Parvis Road towards the M25. Police believe that it may have been heading to the West Byfleet/Cobham area.

Police are keen to speak to a man described as being black, with tattooed writing on the left side of his neck, having a young looking face and large lips. He has been described as being aged between 27-35 years of age, having a slim build and around 5ft 10”or 6ft tall. He spoke with a London accent and had a lisp. He was wearing dark blue jeans, a black long sleeve jacket, had a black drawstring bag and wore a black motorcycle helmet.

Investigating officer Police Constable Matthew Webster, said: “I would appeal to anyone who saw anything suspicious around the time of the offence to contact officers with information as it may prove vital to the investigation.

“We are also keen to speak to anyone who may have seen this Yamaha R1 motorbike being ridden away from the scene and may be able to provide information about the vehicles’ movements and its rider.

“This motorbike is believed to be the only 2008 black and white Yamaha R1 in the UK so will be easily identifiable.

“I would ask anyone who thinks they may have seen the stolen vehicle on the evening of the offence or who has since seen it parked up somewhere to share this information with us.”

If you have any information about this incident which may help of officers with their investigation please contact Surrey Police on 101 quoting reference RM/13/5623 or the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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About Roger Nield MBE

Safety Director for the SMPL Organisation and supporting our Vulnerable Veterans Programme.
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