Cambria Bicycle Outfitters in California was hit by an "organised crime" over the Superbowl weekend as "six-figures worth" of bikes were stolen, reports KSBY
More than 50 bikes were taken from Cambria Bicycle Outfitters and police say that high value models in particular were stolen from Niner, Santa Cruz, Intense and Juliana. It's estimated the raid lasted 15-20 minutes and at least three people were involved.
The thieves cut a hole in the Paso Robles warehouse to avoid security systems, the owner, Clay Akey, later described it as "like Ocean’s 14". Some bicycle boxes were found on Neal Springs Road in Paso Robles, but police don’t have much more than that as there aren’t many cameras in that particular area. Akey has since upped security and described it as "Fort Knox".
Akey has asked anybody with information to call CBO or the police.