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Police request assistance in stolen bike case

$14,000 bike stolen in Fitzroy 

Bike one of only 6 in  Australia

 

Police are appealing for assistance to find a rare racing bicycle and accessories valued at $14000 stolen from Fitzroy between Saturday 28 January and Sunday 29 January.

 

The bicycle is one of six in Australia .

 

The bicycle was stolen from the front showroom of Brunswick Street Cycles at 433 Brunswick Street , Fitzroy.

 

Police believe the offender or offenders removed the bicycle from a display stand. They are also believed to have taken two performance racing wheels / rims that are suitable for this type of bicycle from another area of the store.

 

The bicycle is described as: Leggera Piuma Brand, full carbon fibre frame, dark grey in colour, full Shimano gears and brakes. 

 

The wheels are described as: Model: Stratus Clincher, black with logos.

 

Police are appealing for anyone who has information about the theft to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or the Richmond CIU on 8420 3677.

 

Contact >> 

 

Grant ALLAN

Detective Senior Constable

Richmond Crime Investigation Unit

217-225 Church Street , Richmond , 3121

Ph: (03) 8420 3677

Fax (03) 9429 7838

Email: grant.allan@police.vic.gov.au

 

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