Police called to spate of crimes in Herefordshire village

This Honda motorbike (left) was found abandoned, while this road bike (right) has been stolen. Picture: Hereford Cops
This Honda motorbike (left) was found abandoned, while this road bike (right) has been stolen. Picture: Hereford Cops

MULTIPLE offences have been reported in one part of Herefordshire in the last few days, police have warned.

Police in Herefordshire have received multiple reports of criminal damage, theft of motorcycles and pedal cycles, and antisocial behaviour in Kingstone, south Herefordshire, in recent days, a West Mercia Police spokesperson said.

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The thefts include a bright green Merida 300 road bike with white pedals, which was reported stolen from the village on November 26.

A blue and black Honda motorbike, which police believed to be stolen, was found abandoned in the village on the same day, a police spokesperson said.

Officers also confirmed this afternoon (November 29) that they have recovered a moped in the Kingstone area.

The moped was stolen from Clehonger between 11pm on November 27 and 6am on November 28, police said.

The bike has been returned to its owner. Contact 101 if you have any information quoting reference 00053_I_28112022.

Officers are warning locals to be vigilant, check property is locked away, and to phone 999 if they see anything suspicious.

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