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Police appeal after surf life saving club break-in

Police appeal after surf life saving club break-in

Published by Emma Carton at 1:45pm 11th September 2019. (Updated at 1:55pm 11th September 2019)

Police have launched an investigation after a quad bike was stolen from a surf life saving club in Cornwall.

It was snatched from Porthtowan at some point between Friday night and Saturday morning.

It was one of two break-ins over the weekend, when Perranporth was also targeted.

The police update comes after an appeal, posted to help Porthtowan Surf Life Saving Club, received thousands of shares.

"Police are asking anyone with information to come forward following a report of the theft of a RNLI quad bike stolen from Porthtowan . 

"The quad is a Black/Red Honda ATV 450 . 

"This happened between 2200 Friday 06 and 0600hrs Saturday 7th September.

"Anyone able to offer information regarding the theft or whereabouts of this quad bike is asked to email 101@dc.police.uk, call 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111, quoting CR/081224/19".

Devon and Cornwall Police

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