Break-in at York school – Cash and bike stolen

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19 Aug 2019 @ 10.39 am
| Crime, News

Police are investigating after a break-in at a York school.

On Saturday (17 August) officers received a report that a man had broken into Archbishop Holgate’s School by forcing open a ground floor window.

A North Yorkshire Police spokesperson said: “They have caused damage within the building and have taken a money box and number of wrenches.

“It is thought the wrenches have been used to steal a bike.”

The bike is the second to be stolen from the same location within a few days.

It is a male frame Boardman Pro 2017 in black, with a 53cm carbon frame, carbon forks and hydraulic brakes and puncture proof tyres.

The bike has a ‘Rex’ bike security tracking ‘pin’ device locked to the frame.

Officers are currently looking into this incident and reviewing CCTV. If you can help contact the police.

north-yorkshire-police-logo-25How to help the police

Call North Yorkshire Police on 101
Contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or via the website
Quote reference number 12190151203