Police have launched an appeal for information after “high-value” mountain bikes were stolen in Perthshire.
Officers are currently investigating a break-in and theft of four bikes from a locked shed in Atholl Park, Dunkeld.
Police say the incident took place between 4pm on November 2 and 8.30am on November 3.
Four high-value Santa Cruz bikes similar to those pictured (and one that is purple) were stolen from a locked shed in Atholl Park, Dunkeld, overnight Mon 2nd – Tues 3rd. If you’ve been offered these for sale or have any other info, call 101, ref incident 0595 of 3rd Nov. pic.twitter.com/MXj3rb995K
— Perth & Kinross Police (@PerthKinPolice) November 5, 2020
A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “The bikes are three Santa Cruz mountain bikes coloured pink, green and purple, along with a Santa Cruz Heckler electric bike which is neon yellow.
“They are each worth thousands of pounds. There is a very good possibility they have been stolen for the purpose of selling on.”
They added: “If you have been offered any of these bikes for sale, or have any other information that could assist our investigation, please call 101 or speak with any police officer.
“Also, information can be given anonymously through CrimeStoppers on 0800 555 111.”
The incident’s crime reference number is 0595 of November 3.