By Audlem Webteam - 6th July 2006 3:17pm
PC Ken Maple has contacted Audlem Online. Firstly, he asks, can you help find a stolen bike? In the early hours of Sunday morning (1st July), a child's mountain bike was stolen from a garden in Paddock Lane, Audlem. It is a new boys bike for a 7 year old and is blue in colour. It was stolen by male teenagers who sounded like they were
walking home after having a night out. It may have been dumped in a nearby
field or garden.
Secondly, have you seen this suspicious vehicle? On Wednesday the 5th of July, the occupants of a mid-blue Transit style van attempted to steal two milk churns from an address in Longhill Lane. The thieves were disturbed and drove off in the direction of Hankelow.
If you have any information about either matter then please contact Ken Maple on
0845 458 6378 (Voicemail) or email at
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