Police appeal after motorbike stolen from Par Railway Station
BRITISH Transport Police (BTP) are appealing for information after a motorbike was stolen from Par Railway Station.
Officers from the BTP have today released an image of the stolen bike, a Suzuki DRZ400.
It was taken between 3.50pm and 11pm on Wednesday, November 7.
Pc Wayne Frost said he wanted to hear from anyone with information about the theft or the current whereabouts of the motorbike.
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"The victim secured his motorbike near to the cycle sheds at Par railway station at 3.50pm on Wednesday, November 7," he said.
"When he returned around 11pm, he discovered the motorbike had been taken.
"Enquiries are on-going to establish who took the motorbike. I am appealing for anyone who saw anyone acting suspiciously at the station between the above hours on November 7, to contact BTP.
"Or, if you have been offered a bike similar to the one in this photograph, or have seen someone recently with this bike who did not have it prior to November 7, I'd ask you to contact police immediately."
Anyone with information should contact British Transport Police on Freefone 0800 40 50 40, or the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
In all calls, please quote incident reference B4/WWA of 23/11/2012.