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Theft of Mountain Bike - Fraserburgh

Police are appealing for witnesses and asking bike owners to be vigilant following the theft of a black Carrera Vengeance men's mountain bike, in Fraserburgh.  The bike was stolen from outside Fraserburgh Leisure Centre, Seaforth Street, Fraserburgh between 12pm and 1 pm on Wednesday 27 March 2024.


Anyone with information can contact the Police on 101 or via Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 quoting incident number CR/0109726/24.


North East Division Crime Reduction Officer Constable Russell said ‘Always use two good quality locks, at least one of which is a D-lock, to secure your bike even when stored inside a shed. As a ‘rule of thumb’ look to spend at least 10% of the value of the bike on security. Secure your bike to the fabric of the shed or garage using a ground anchor and heavy chain and ALWAYS lock the door.

Details of how to secure your shed can be found at –


Further advice regarding bike security can be found at www.scotland.police.uk


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Police Scotland's North East Division covers rural and urban areas in Moray, Aberdeenshire and Aberdeen City.  The division has five territorial command areas which have their own dedicated Area Commander, who is responsible for the daily policing function.  Each command area is served by a number of community policing teams whose activities are built around the needs of the local community.  These teams respond to local calls and look for long term solutions to key issues.  They are assisted by the division's Crime Reduction Unit who deliver against Force and local priorities in a number of areas, including physical and social crime prevention, supporting and enhancing community engagement and creating and sustaining strong and effective partnership working.

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(Police Scotland, Police Constable, A Div - North East Crime Reduction Unit, Moray)

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