OFFICERS from Cheshire Police have released CCTV images of three men they want to speak to in connection with a burglary at a business park in Northwich.

At around 1.20am on Tuesday, August 7, three men all wearing face coverings broke into two units in Cosgrove Business Park in Daisy Bank Lane, Anderton.

They stole five battery-powered motorbikes and motorbike accessories as well as a quantity of cash and clothing.

The men entered the business park after cutting through fencing on Soot Hill and left via the same route at around 3.20am.

They returned to the site at approximately 5.10am before again fleeing onto Soot Hill at around 5.40am.

One of the men was tall and slim and was wearing a dark/grey hooded jacket with the hood up and had a scarf covering his face.

Another had a dark padded jacket on and had a balaclava covering his face.

The final man was wearing a dark jacket and a dark cap worn back to front. He had a dark scarf covering his face.

While the offenders were away from the business park between 3.20am and 5.10am three men matching their descriptions were seen acting suspiciously near to vans in Barnton – on Central Drive, Emmett Street and Manor Drive.

Officers are urging anyone who witnessed anything suspicious in the Barnton or Anderton areas during the night to get in touch.

They are also keen to hear from anyone who thinks they recognise the men in the CCTV images and may know who they are.

Officers have also released images of the five battery-powered Oset trials motorbikes that were stolen and are appealing for anyone who is offered the chance to buy them or thinks they may know the whereabouts of the bikes to come forward.

Police Constable Matthew Uren said: “Enquiries into the burglary at the business park are ongoing.

“We are determined to catch the offenders and bring them to justice and urge anyone with information that may help our investigation, no matter how small, to get in touch.

“We are particularly keen to hear from anyone who thinks they recognise the men in the CCTV images.”

If you think you may know who the men in the CCTV images are or have any other information that may aid the investigation call Cheshire Police on 101, quoting incident number 147170, give the details via or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.