Woman has six motorbikes stolen days after winning first desert rally
WITHIN days of celebrating a win in her first ever desert rally, a motorbike enthusiast was left devastated after six off-road bikes were stolen from her garage.
Donna Gray, of Norton Road in Stotfold, won the ladies class of the professional class of the Tuareg Rallye in Morocco - an eight-day competition navigated by roadbook and GPS, and including timed tests.
Ten days later, sometime between 3am and 5am last Thursday, six motorbikes - including the rally bike she had ridden in Morocco, which she called her “pride and joy” - were stolen from her garage, after theives broke a window to gain access.
“We found two down the road because they couldn’t start them,” explained Ms Gray.
“I have been out every night trying to find the others.
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“My pride and joy has gone missing.”
The four bikes are worth a total of about �14,000.
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Anyone with information about the crime, call Beds Police on 101, citing crime reference number JD-11969-2012.