Melksham couple accused of handling stolen motorcycles

The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald: A Melksham couple who are accused of handling stolen motorcycles have been released on bail A Melksham couple who are accused of handling stolen motorcycles have been released on bail

A Melksham couple who are accused of handling stolen motorcycles have been released on bail by a judge.

Sheldon Salmon and Freya Jones are said to have had the bikes between January 20 and October 29 last year.

No charges were put to the pair and they did not enter any pleas during their brief appearance at Swindon Crown cCurt on today.

Salmon, 29, and Jones, 23, are said to have had Kawasaki and Gas-Gas motorbikes which had both been stolen.

The couple, of Hawthorn Road, Melksham, are also said to have had a stolen Specialized Stumpjumper mountain bike.

Judge Douglas Field adjourned the case until Friday, May 30, and released them both on bail until then.

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