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Teenage boys arrested after sheds broken into in Fulwood and Ribbleton

Posted on - 22nd September, 2020 - 1:51pm | Author - | Posted in - Crime, Fulwood, Lancashire Police, Preston News, Ribbleton

Police arrested two 15-year-boys on suspicion of burglary during Monday (21 September).

Following reports of sheds being broken into in the Ribbleton and Fulwood areas of Preston.

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Both boys have since been released on bail with conditions whilst further enquiries are completed.

These enquires include attempting to trace the potential owners of a black coloured CUBE branded hard-tail mountain bike, which police believe may have been stolen recently from either area of the city.

If you believe this could be your bike then please email 6884@lancashire.pnn.police.uk or send a text message to 07970600217 including any police reference numbers if you have already reported the theft.

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