Bizarre moment youths use a HORSE to ‘tow away stolen motorbike’ in Kent

Bizarre moment youths use a HORSE to ‘tow away stolen motorbike’ in Kent

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TWO brazen crooks used a HORSE to nick a motorbike in a bizarre theft caught on camera.

The pair can be seen making their unusual getaway by using the the brown and white stallion to tow the bike away in Dartford, Kent.

The youths attempt to make their brazen getaway
CCTV captures the horses head emerging from the side of a house


The horse initially struggles before breaking into a canter[/caption]

CCTV footage of the heist shows a horse’s head sticking out from the side of a house.

The animal then slowly emerges into the road before an orange motorbike carrying two young men rolls along behind it.

The KTM Duke motorbike was attached to the horse with a harness as the duo made a slow getaway.

Horse dash

One of the lads is hooded as he rides along holding onto the reins while his younger accomplice hangs off the side.

In the footage, a passer-by can be seen walking along the pavement on the opposite side of the road but he doesn’t appear to react to the bizarre scene.

It’s understood the owner of the bike only bought it two months ago.

Cops have launched a probe and are hunting the pair behind the theft.

A spokesman for Kent Police said: “Kent Police received a report at 5.48pm on Tuesday 10 September that a bike parked in Hayes Road, Dartford, had been stolen.

“At present no arrests have been made and initial enquiries are underway.”

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