Police hunt thieves of four expensive bikes stolen from Edinburgh car park

The theft took place in the Capital’s Haymarket area.

By Catherine Salmond
Sunday, 9th August 2020, 9:11 am
Updated Sunday, 9th August 2020, 4:05 pm

Police Scotland has called on the public for any information into the theft of four high-valued pedal cycles.

The bikes were stolen from a vehicle in a car park in Haymarket some time between Tuesday, August 4 and Thursday, August 6.

They are described as:

High value bikes have been stolen from the Haymarket area.

Black and red Trek Rail 9.8 (2020) e-bike, medium size carbon frame with ‘Trek’ in black writing. The motor within the bike is Bosch.

Lime coloured Whyte S150 bike, large sized carbon frame, with an oval golden chain ring. The bike has Magura MT8 branded brakes with 220mm discs, orange pedals and grips.

Blue and white Trek Fuel women’s specific design, small alloy frame, Sram Juicy RS branded brakes with red pedals and 26in wheels.

Brown Cheetah custom build, extra small alloy frame and 26in wheels. It has Whyte DT rear suspension which is unique with an adjustable seat post (which is adjustable from the handle bars). It has blue grips and blue pedals.

Anyone with information is urged to contact police on 101 quoting incident 0942 of August 6. Alternatively, you can call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111, if you wish to remain anonymous.

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