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BMX stolen in Wick – police hunt for hoodie-wearing suspect


By John Davidson

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The BMX bike similar to the one pictured was cycled away by the suspect last Tuesday.
The BMX bike similar to the one pictured was cycled away by the suspect last Tuesday.

Police in Wick are asking people with CCTV in the town to review their footage after a BMX bike was stolen.

Officers believe the black and red BMX 600*F Farenheit bike was taken at around 3.30pm on September 19.

The are now appealing for the community to help trace the bike. A spokesperson said: "Anyone with CCTV around this time in the area of Murchison Street and Huddart Street in Wick is asked to review their cameras.

"We believe the suspect was wearing a hoodie and cycled away on the bike."

Anybody with any information is asked to call 101 and quote CR/0201870/23.

Alternatively, you can contact Police Scotland online or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.




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