Officers are investigating a burglary at a property in Down Barn Road, Salisbury.
At some point between Wednesday 19th and Friday 21st February offenders broke into a lock up and took two off road motorcycles.
The red and white Honda 230F Motocross bikes are used for teaching local children to ride and without them the training programme cannot continue.
The bikes are described as rare and imported from Brazil. Both had missing baffles from the exhausts and one had a 'Huckley Bridge Events' sticker on it.
Anyone with information on the burglary or the location of the bikes is asked to contact PC Lucy Thorne at Salisbury Police Station on 101. Alternatively contact Crimestoppers 0800 555 111 where details may be left anonymously if preferred.
Police want to speak to these five men in connection with the biggest ever series of raids in Wiltshire. Fifty two people were arrested as part of the undercover operation into the supply of Class A drugs in the county. Police say these five men should not be approached.
Wiltshire Police is appealing for the public’s help in locating 5 suspects wanted in connection with yesterday’s day of action.
Yesterday (Wednesday 29th January 2014) saw Wiltshire Police undertake the biggest single day of action in its history.
The day of action, supported by Operation Harness, saw more than 400 police officers and staff execute approximately 70 warrants at residential and business addresses in Swindon and London.
As a result of yesterday’s activity, 52 people were arrested.
These men should not be approached by members of the public, instead, anyone with information on their whereabouts should contact Wiltshire Police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 where information can be left anonymously.
Hundreds of police officers have carried out a series of drugs raids in Wiltshire, the biggest day of action the force has ever seen in the county. Warrants were executed at nearly 40 addresses in Swindon - 25 people have been arrested. Robert Murphy has more.
Wiltshire Police are supporting alcohol harm week, which will raise awareness of alcohol-related incidents this week.
From Wednesday to Sunday the initiative will see forces throughout the country taking part in a host of proactive activities to tackle this issue.
Neighbourhood Policing Teams throughout Wiltshire will be engaging in a variety of activities including school visits, Pubwatch meetings, taxi operations and high visibility patrols.
Police will also be working with partner organisations such as Wiltshire Council and Fire and Rescue Service to highlight the issues.
People all too easily forget the risks that come with drinking to excess. If you can’t think clearly you make yourself more vulnerable, are more likely to become a victim of crime and are more likely to be injured or involved in violence. Nationally, nearly 50% of violent crime is alcohol related and in nearly half of all domestic abuse incidents the offenders are thought to be under the influence of alcohol."
– Paul Mills, Chief Superintendent, Head of Local Policing
Twelve Wiltshire projects to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour, as well as supporting victims, are being awarded grants totalling nearly £400,000 in the first round of the Police and Crime Commissioner’s £1m Innovation Fund.
The projects include support for teenage abuse victims, mentoring for those leaving prison after short-term sentences and a mobile youth van in Swindon.
Those receiving funding: The Centre for Justice Innovation, Doorway Wiltshire, Salisbury Street Pastors, Splash, Swindon Advocacy Movement, Swindon Women’s Aid, Trowbridge Community Area Future, Unchosen Swindon, Victim Support, Wiltshire Police Outbox scheme and Wiltshire Probation Trust.