Pair jailed over motorcycle ringing scam

£265,000 of stolen bike parts discovered during Police search

TWO motorcycle thieves have each been jailed for two years and eight months after admitting selling stolen bike parts on the internet.

Seamus McGlynn, aged 26, of Thamesmead, Greater London and Paul James, 33, of Erith, appeared at Southwark Crown Court, where both men pleaded guilty to the charges of handling and selling stolen goods.

Equipment used to alter a motorcycle's identification and £265,000 worth of stolen motorbikes and motorcycle parts were found during a Police search of the pair's premises in Essex.