Huge haul of mountain bikes and power tools recovered in Middleton - and police are having an open day to reunite them with their rightful owners
Date published: 20 July 2021
68 mountain bikes and various different kinds of power tools are believed to have been stolen from all around the Greater Manchester area
Police are attempting to trace the owners of numerous power tools and bikes that were seized following a warrant executed in Middleton in June.
On 8 June, officers from GMPs Middleton division raided a property on Wordsworth Road, Boarshaw and subsequently recovered 68 mountain bikes and various different kinds of power tools that are believed to have been stolen from all around the Greater Manchester area.
Police Constable Andy Gray, of GMP's Rochdale division, said: "We have recovered a large amount of stolen property and we would very much like to see it reunited to as many rightful owners as possible.
"As well as releasing these images, we are also planning an open day at Middleton Police Station, Oldham Road, on Saturday 24 July, between 9am-5pm.
"Anyone is free to come along, all we ask is that you bring proof of purchase/ownership of the item that you believe may belong to you, along with a form of ID.
"Anyone who believes an item pictured may belong to them is asked to call Middleton Police Station on 0161 856 8701."
Images of the bikes and power tools are below in a montage
Anyone who believes an item pictured may belong to them is asked to call Middleton Police Station on 0161 856 8701.
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