Tools and bikes worth thousands of pounds stolen from Aberdeen business

© SuppliedPolice are investigating.
Police are investigating.

Mountain bikes and tools worth around £5,000 have been stolen from a business in Aberdeen.

Police said that thieves struck at a commercial yard on the outskirts of Kingswells between 4pm on Saturday and 2pm on Monday.

They took two Focus mountain bikes, a spit nail gun, and breaker hammers manufactured by Makita and Bosch.

The yard only has two exit points. One is on the Chapel of Stoneywood to Fairley road, while the other is a single-track road through fields to the AWPR.

Officers are asking any witnesses, or anyone who may have been offered these items for sale, to contact them on 101.