GOSPORT POLICE have appealed for residents to look out for a range of stolen property including bikes and paddleboard, which was robbed during a non-dwelling burglary last week, posting detailed information about each item in a short social media post published over the weekend.
The first item has been described as a white BH G4 sports bike; which has a UCI Pro Tour emblem on the frame alongside fitted Vigor wheels with black tyres. A second item, described as a mountain bike, is reported to be a Specialised Camber 29; similar to that in the picture above.
A paddleboard was also stolen and this is reported to be a Sandbanks Style Elite Pro, whilst several racing wheels are missing. This includes the Zipp wheels fitted to a blue bike and a Dura-Ace Tubeless wheel.
Finally a range of Makita power tools were also stolen during the theft; including a torque driver, a feed screwdriver, a circular saw, and range of drills. All drills were in a Makita Case, whilst the other tools were in two separate Makita hard plastic stacking cases.
Anyone with information or footage is asked to contact police by calling the non-emergency number 101 and quote the case’s reference number 44220356862. They can also submit details using the online reporting tool available on the Hampshire Police website, with support and guidance available here.
Alternatively, readers can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers 100% anonymously by calling 0800 555 111, or via their anonymous online form which can be found through their website: https://orlo.uk/250kR.
No further information has been given about the exact times and location of the burglary, whilst police haven’t released an appeal for information at the time of writing.
PICTURED BY GOSPORT POLICE: Image of one bike believed to be stolen and now missing after theft.