Reward follows theft of motorbikes in Surrey

CCTV images of the motorcycle suspects
Image caption Police believe the motorcycles were the taken during a "targeted burglary"

The owner of two motorcycles that were stolen from a shed has offered a £2,000 reward for information that leads to conviction of the culprits.

Surrey Police said a Green Kawasaki Ninja 1000 and white Husqvarna, valued at about £14,000, were taken from Byfleet Road, New Haw, near Addlestone.

Detectives said it was a "targeted burglary" and released CCTV images of three men they want to trace.

They have also appealed to anyone with information to contact officers.

Det Con Caroline Millar said the burglary, on 2 June, had been "planned and calculated".

She added: "This was a targeted rather than opportunistic burglary and we have therefore not ruled out the possibility that the offenders may be local to the area."

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