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Motocross bike theft

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A MOTOCROSS bike worth £2500 has been stolen from a house in Kirkconnel.

The Kawasaki KXF450 was taken from the address in St Conals Square between 4.45 pm and 5.30 pm on Monday.
It is black and green with Monster Energy graphics, a Pro Circuit racing exhaust system and green alloy racing foot pegs.
PC James Kirkpatrick said: “This theft has happened over a very short time period and we are keen to hear from anyone that saw anyone pushing this bike away from St Conals Square.
“The bike is very distinctive with a number of non-standard parts fitted and I would ask anyone with information to contact me at Sanquhar Police Station on the 101 number.”

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