Police investigate after East Lothian home targeted with four off-road bikes stolen

One of the four bikes stolen.
-Credit: (Image: Police Scotland.)


East Lothian officers are appealing to the public after a break-in that saw four off-road bikes stolen.

The incident is understood to have taken place between 9am on Friday May 31 and 12.30pm on June 2 2024 in the Humbie area.

It is understood that a property was broken into with four orange KTM off-road style motorbikes were stolen.

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The registration plates of the bikes are: OY73 RWN, SR21 JKX, VF18 BYK and VU20 XBT.

Enquiries are ongoing to establish the full circumstances and officers are appealing for information.

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Detective Sergeant Ryan Gilhooly said: “These are distinctive motorbikes and I’m appealing to anyone who has seen them since Friday or has information on their whereabouts to get in touch with us.

“If you have dashcam, doorbell footage or CCTV of the Humbie and surrounding areas, please review this to see if you have captured anything which may help our investigation.”

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Anyone with information is asked to contact Police Scotland on 101 quoting reference 1771 of 2 June, 2024."