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Motorcycle stolen in Kidderminster
4:16pm Friday 21st March 2014 in News
A MOTORCYCLE worth £1,400 was stolen from a garage in Kidderminster.
The red Aprilia SX 50, registration number WA10 KSU, was stolen in Wolverhampton Road between 3.30am and 7am on Monday, February 3 where it had been padlocked with a thick bike chain.
The keys to the motorcycle and to the padlock were taken from the adjacent house and police believe the bike may be in the Wolverhampton area.
The bike is described as having Sticker Bomb graphics around the inside of the wheels and two strips of blue LED lights underneath the frame.
There were also Sticker Bomb illustrations on the front mud guard.
Its 16-year-old owner said: “It made it very awkward for me to get to work in Bridgnorth. It was the first mode of transport I’ve ever had, so it meant a lot to me and it took me a long time to save up for it.
"It now means I have to get the bus which costs a fortune and I struggle to afford it.”
Witnesses or anyone with information are asked to call 0300 333 300, quoting incident 56-s-030214, or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.
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