22nd Oct, 2016

Customised bike stolen

Evesham Editorial 31st Jul, 2014 Updated: 20th Oct, 2016

A CUSTOMISED motorbike has been stolen from a garage in Badsey.

Police have appealed for witnesses to the incident, which occurred at Synehurst between 11pm on Wednesday, July 23, and 4.15am last Thursday, July 24.

The flat track bike has distinctive “ASUM ASYLUM” graphics, Weiss billet yokes, Yamaha R6 forks and 19ins excel wheels.

The plastics have been customised with race number 76R with the name of the owner on the plastic below the seat on both

sides, while there is one metal foot peg and one rubber one.

“Weiss Racing” is stamped into the Top Yokes, the brake mounts have been cut off the forks, there is no engine number on the crank case and on the frame around the engine both sides have stickers which read “CO-BUILT”.

A reward is being offered by the owner for the safe return of the bike, or for information which leads to its return.

A West Mercia Police spokesman said: “If your bike is kept in a garage, keep the garage secure with good quality locks, the windows covered and an alarm fitted.”

Anyone with further information on the incident can contact police on the non-emergency number 101 quoting incident 85 of 24th July 2014 or by calling Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.


A VAN parked on Honeybourne Road was broken into and burgled.

Cigarettes and a wallet containing money and cards were stolen from the glove box between 1.15pm and 2.30pm on Monday, July 21.

GARDENING equipment has been taken from Farm Lane in South Littleton.

A red Stihl petrol chainsaw, red Stihl petrol strimmer, petrol can and a face mask were all stolen from the workshop in the garden.

The theft happened between 8.30am and 4pm on July 17.

THIEVES made off with a 50ins flatscreen television following a raid on a St Marks Close property.

The Evesham theft happened between 6pm on July 17 and 1pm the following day. A Nintendo Wii, laptop and petrol lawnmower were also stolen.

A SCOOTER was stolen from a car porch in Evesham.

The green ‘Grit’ scooter, with army camouflage handlebars and a skeleton sticker on it, was taken from Digby Road overnight on July 19 and 20.

FOUR tyres were slashed on a vehicle parked in Main Street in Bretforton.

The offence happened overnight on July 12 and 13 when the car was also scratched all the way round.

A CARRERA bicycle was stolen from a marina in Pershore on either July 18 or 19.

SAMSUNG equipment was stolen during a raid on a house in St Marks Close.

A 24ins television and dvd player were both taken between 1pm July 19 and 11am July 20.

A WEATHER station was stolen from Pershore at 12.30am on July 18.

It comprises of a rectangular box, 6ins x 10ins on a pole, with various ports, a rainguage, light meter, wind sensor, solar panel on top and a sim card inside.

OFFENDERS stole a solar light from the front garden of a property on Ryden Lane between July 14 and 15.