Some of the merchandise that was enclosed in the trailer that was stolen early Tuesday morning. Photo courtesy of Victorian Police.
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Merchandise Stolen After Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race

Some of the merchandise that was enclosed in the trailer that was stolen early Tuesday morning. Photo courtesy of Victorian Police.
Some of the merchandise that was enclosed in the trailer that was stolen early Tuesday morning. Photo courtesy of Victorian Police.

It has been reported by the Geelong Advertiser that early on Tuesday morning after the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race in Victoria, a vendors trailer, filled with more than $250,000 of cycling clothing and accessories was stolen from the carpark of the Corio Motel where the owner of the trailer was staying at around 4:50am. 

As the Advertiser had reported, the business had traded over the weekend of the race where thousands of cycling enthusiasts gathered to watch the Cadel Evans Road Race in it’s second edition, which was won by British National Champion Peter Kennaugh after a solo effort toward the line. 

Victorian Police are allegedly looking for two men who were driving the silver Toyota Land Cruiser that hitched the canvas-enclosed box trailer with New South Wales number plates TA6 5DC.  

Police are still looking for the stolen trailer, anyone with any information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or submit a confidential crime report to www.crimestoppersvic.com.au.

 

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Some of the merchandise that was enclosed in the trailer that was stolen early Tuesday morning. Photo courtesy of Victorian Police.

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