Appeal for information after cherished motocross bike stolen in Thames Ditton



Detectives in North Surrey are appealing for information following the theft of a KTM motocross bike in Thames Ditton.


The vehicle was stolen between 8pm on Saturday, 5 July and 9am on Sunday, 6 July from a garage at an address in Speer Road after the offenders forced entry into the garage.

Bike picThe motocross bike is described as having a bump seat and being orange with black rims with Red Bull Graphics. There are several orange parts over the engine which has KTM printed on it. The brake and clutch calipers also have special orange parts and there are sponsor stickers on the mudguard. The bike also has Adams racing number of 36 in black on the front sides and the name ‘MILLY SMITH’ on the right hand side of the air box.


Investigating officer Detective Constable Andy Whittle, said: “”We are keen to hear from anyone who saw anyone acting suspiciously in the area around the time the offence was committed.

“Similarly, I am appealing for members of the public who may have seen this distinctive vehicle since the offence took place or anyone who may have been offered to buy a KTM motocross bike matching this description to contact Surrey Police with the details – any information could prove vital to the investigation.

DC Whittle added: “To reduce the risk of theft of this kind I urge residents to take measures to ensure the security of their property, including that of any outside buildings.

“Security advice is available on the Surrey Police website and residents can contact their local police neighbourhood team for further advice by calling 101. Alternatively, the independent charity Crimestoppers can be contacted anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Anyone with any information is urged to contact Surrey Police by either using our online reporting system found at or calling 101 quoting reference 45140046217.

Alternatively the independent charity Crimestoppers can be contacted 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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