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Masked thieves ram raid Kalamunda Cycles bike shop

Masked thieves ram raid Kalamunda Cycles bike shop

Masked thieves have stolen thousands of dollars worth of bicycles during a ram raid on a shop in Kalamunda overnight.

CCTV images show a four-wheel-drive smashed into the front of Kalamunda Cycles on Mead Street before thieves wearing black hoodies and masks stormed the shop floor.

One of the thieves helps themselves to a bike.
Camera IconOne of the thieves helps themselves to a bike.Picture: Kalamunda Cycles/Facebook

The owners said the thieves used bolt cutters to steal five bicycles, believed to be worth up to $3000 each.

One of the thieves walks out with a bicycle.
Camera IconOne of the thieves walks out with a bicycle.Picture: Kalamunda Cycles/Facebook

In a post on their Facebook page, the owners have asked people to look out for five Trek branded bikes.

The owners say the thieves left after being interrupted by nearby tradies.

The stores front doors were smashed in the burglary.
Camera IconThe stores front doors were smashed in the burglary.Picture: Kalamunda Cycles/Facebook

Police say investigations into the incident are continuing.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or make a report online at crimestopperswa.com.au.