Appeal for information after rare motorcycle stolen in Staines-upon-Thames

Police VestSurrey Police is appealing for information following a theft of a Suzuki motorcycle in Staines-upon-Thames.

The vehicle was stolen between 6pm on Sunday, 15 June and 7.30am on Monday 16 June from a garage at an address in Garrick Close after the offenders forced entry into the garage.

Officers would like to speak with anyone who saw anything suspicious in the area at around the time the offence was committed.

The motorcycle is described as a Suzuki DRZ 400 SM motorcycle, registration number VO58SFN. It is blue in colour with white side panels and has a laser performance exhaust pipe.

Suzuki 400 DRZ (2)

Suzuki 400 DRZ (1)

Suzuki 400 DRZ (3)

Investigating officer PCSO Colin Gibbons, said: “It is possible that the motorcycle has been stolen to order as it is a rare bike that is no longer being made.

“We are keen to hear from anyone who saw anyone acting suspiciously in the area or may have seen the distinctive motorcycle since the offence took place. Similarly, if you have been offered to buy a Suzuki motorcycle matching this description please contact us with details.”

“I am appealing for members of the public to contact police and call 101 with any information as it might prove vital to the investigation.”

PCSO Gibbons adds: “I want to make residents aware of this recent theft and to urge homeowners to take steps now to improve the security of their property, including that of any outside buildings.

“Security advice is available on the Surrey Police website – residents can also contact their local neighbourhood team by calling 101 for further information.”

Anyone who may have information which may help Surrey Police is urged to contact Surrey Police either by using our online reporting system found at or calling 101 quoting reference 45140049396

Alternatively the independent charity Crimestoppers can be contacted anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Editors notes:

For security advice visit


About Roger Nield MBE

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