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Teenagers arrested after bikes worth more than £10,000 stolen in Aberdeen

Two teenagers have been arrested after bicycles worth more than £10,000 were stolen in Aberdeen.

The 15-year-old and 16-year-old boys were charged in connection with the theft of high-value bicycles from the West End, Rosemount and city centre areas.

Grampian Police said both had also been charged in connection with a number of vandalisms and housebreakings.

The older of the pair is due to appear at Aberdeen Sheriff Court.

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