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Police appeal for information regarding motorcycle sales fraud

The 125cc Kiden Aquarius is sold by Lexmoto

Kiden Aquarius 125

POLICE in East Yorkshire have launched an investigation into motorcycle sales fraud.

An appeal has been made for anyone who has bought a red Kiden Aquarius 125cc motorcycle from the East Riding area after November 1 last year to come forward.

Humberside Police are looking for any of the models which carry a either a ‘67’ registration plate (from 2017/18) and an ‘18’ plate (registered March 2018 onwards).

No information has been given as to where the motorcycles were purchased from, nor the cause for concern.

A Police spokesman commented: "We have an ongoing investigation into suspected fraud offences and we’re following up a number of enquiries."

The Kiden Aquarius is a budget naked 125cc motorcycle, sold by Lexmoto, which usually retails at £1,399.99.

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