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Police on the hunt for criminals who stole £30,000 worth of goods from Mirfield storage container

West Yorkshire Police are looking for a gang of criminals who broke into a storage container on Huddersfield Road, Mirfield, and stole £30,000 worth of pushbikes, a “distinctive” ND2 fishing bait boat, and other fishing equipment.

The police say the incident occurred on the weekend, between Saturday, 26 and Sunday 27 February.

Fishing equipment was also stolen over the weekend.

The gang of burglars are said to have entered the yard and forced entry to a storage unit.

Once inside, they stole property worth £30,00, including a “significant quantity of fishing tackle”, three pushbikes, a Cannondale Jekyl 2015 Carbon mountain bike, a Boardman carbon mountain bike and a women’s pink and black Cannondale hybrid bike.

A spokesperson for West Yorkshire Police said: “If you have any information about this crime or any other crime please contact the Police and quote reference 13220108160 or contact Crime Stoppers.

“Should you need any crime prevention advice in relation to your residential or commercial property and the contents you can contact our local crime prevention Officers at  kirkleesCPO@westyorkshire.police.uk.”
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