Izabella Tunnicliffe from Tetbury, Gloucestershire has offered to buy her stolen Yamaha PW50 back from thieves using money from her piggy bank – and to help her get back on two wheels we want the motorcycle community to come together and contribute to a recently launched GoFundMe campaign.
Her beloved Yamaha PW50 was taken during the early hours on Monday April 10 along with her father Joshua Crewe’s 2016 Kawasaki KXF250 and KX125. After finding out that her PW50 had been stolen, Izabella said, ‘Maybe I can give the baddies the money out of my piggy bank to get the motorbike back.’
Thieves are believed to have waited until Mr Crewe left for work at around 5am before using bolt croppers to break into the shed and steal nearly £10,000 worth of off-road bikes. Izabella is said to be devastated by the theft as she was soon due to start AMCA schoolboy racing on her PW50. Her mum, Megan Tunicliffe, said that her four year old daughter ‘has never been into dance or anything girly – her passion has always been motocross.’ Megan also added that the ‘police didn’t attend the scene and very little has been done.’
You can help to replace Izabella’s stolen PW50 by clicking HERE to make a donation to Izabella’s GoFundMe page.