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Police ask for help in tracing quad bike stolen from Bridge of Marnoch


By Pat Scott

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Police have appealed for information.
Police have appealed for information.

Police are appealing for information following the theft of a quad bike from a farm near Bridge of Marnoch, Huntly.

A Red Honda 350 quad bike with front and rear cargo grills was taken from the property around 9.45pm on Tuesday, September 28.

Two males were seen making off from the location towards Huntly.

PC Mike Urquhart said: "I would urge those in our rural communities to always park quad bikes as close to their premises as possible, preferably out of sight from nearby roads and remember to always remove keys when not in use.

"Consider fitting wheel clamps and/or locking posts as well as an alarm. Mark or customise your property so it is easily identifiable. This can deter thieves and assist recovery if they are stolen. Consider tracking devices for high value vehicles and machinery and keep a record of all vehicles with photographs and serial numbers."

Anyone with information can contact police on 101 quoting reference PS-20210928-3672 or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.


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