Police offer advice to motorbike owners following spate of night-time thefts

THEFT: Motorcycle thefts are on the rise

THEFT: Motorbike thefts are on the rise

Police are reminding motorbike proprietors to be particularly vigilant next a spate of thefts in East Lancashire more than modern months.

Reports of scooters and motorbikes staying stolen all through the night in Padiham are mentioned to be on the increase, with officers advising CCTV and protection lights to act as a deterrent.

A spokesperson for Padiham Police claimed: “Regrettably more than the latest weeks we have been obtaining greater reviews of scooters and motor bikes being stolen during the night time all-around the Padiham area.

“Please can motorbike house owners test CCTV is performing, if covered by safety lighting look at its working accurately and if attainable safe the bike in gated places or in secure garages.

“Should really anyone see any person performing suspicious then make sure you phone 101 or 999 in an crisis.

“If anybody has any facts pertaining to any of the stolen bikes please e mail [email protected] isles PCSO 7014.”