Wagga police are investigating a number of stolen bikes from the Wagga Cycling Club.
Wagga Police Inspector Peter McLay said they received a report on December 28 about a break and enter at the Wagga Bicycle Club where one bike was reportedly stolen.
“The stolen bicycle was located on the nearby MTC racecourse later that day and handed in to Wagga Police,” Inspector McLay said.
In a social media statement, the club said that on December 27, their shed was broken into where bikes were stolen.
Wagga police were then notified and have since recovered two bikes.
“We are in the process of doing a full inventory of all our bikes,” the statement reads.
The club urges community members to report any sightings of children’s bikes (track or road) being ridden by suspicious people or being sold online within the region.
Club president James Vickers declined to comment further.
In 2015, children’s bikes worth more than $14,000 were stolen from the club.
Anyone with information is urged to contact Wagga Police Station on 6922 2599 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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