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Large haul included everything from e-bikes to hard tail MTBs and action cameras

Bike shop hit by £50,000 theft

On July 31st Drover Cycles of Hay-on-Wye, Powys was hit by a significant theft.

Broken into overnight, between the hours of 9 and 11.30pm, the thieves made off with large numbers of bikes, including Saracen Mantra Pro hard tails, Pyga OneTen 29ers and Merida road bike.

Pictured: The actual Pyga bikes taken. More details here.

According to local paper the Hereford Times, the value of the haul was around £50,000, including action cameras and cycle computers as well as a broad range of bikes, including three electric Haibikes.

Those with information are being encouraged to call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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