Stolen karts - appeal relaunched
POLICE have launched a nationwide appeal to recover stolen British Champion racing karts, it was announced today. The father of a British Champion racing kart driver is offering a £1,000 reward for the return of three karts stolen from his property in September.
POLICE have launched a nationwide appeal to recover stolen British Champion racing karts.
David Garner is offering a £1,000 reward for the return of three karts stolen from his property in September.
Three Rotax Max racing karts, worth around £8,000, were stolen from a barn on Mr Garner's farm on the A616 in Budby, Nottinghamshire, between 5am and 6am on Friday September 15.
Two of the karts, made by Gillard, are metallic grey with red plastic nose cones and side pods. They carry the numbers 19 and 36.
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The third kart, made by Techno, has red bodywork and carries the number 20.
Anyone with information should telephone 0115 9670999, quoting incident number 702629, or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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