11:04AM, Monday 16 May 2016
Police are appealing for witnesses following a ‘suspicious incident’ involving two mopeds in Windsor.
CCTV images have been released of the mopeds which were seen driving through a pedestrianised area of Windsor at 5.30pm yesterday (Friday).
Two mopeds travelled along William Street and then turned right into the pedestrianised part of Peascod Street.
Both mopeds then turned left towards King Edward Court.
After the first moped reached the top of the ramp leading from Peascod Street into King Edward Court, a passenger got off the vehicle and approached a shop before returning to he moped a few moments later.
Both bikes then drove away from the scene. One made a U-turn towards William Street and the other went past the Lakeland store, before they both arrived in Arthur Road.
Both mopeds carried one passenger.
Sarah Roxburgh, investigating officer, said: “I would appeal to anyone who saw these mopeds pictured in these CCTV images in Windsor yesterday, you may have noticed the vehicles being driven in pedestrianised parts of the town.
“I would particularly urge anyone who took footage of the mopeds or took a note of the registration numbers to come forward.
“Further, if you saw a moped or mopeds being unloaded from or loaded onto another vehicle in or around the town yesterday you may have vital information that can help our investigation into this suspicious incident.”
Call police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 with information.
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