My neighbour's wife came home the other day to find 2 guys in their garage about to take off with his dirt bikes. They had climbed up on his garbage bins next to the garage, scaled along the top of the fence beside the garage and then dropped over the fence into his backyard. They then smashed the window at the rear of his garage and were actually in the garage when his wife came home. There were 2 bikes outside, one of the bikes had a rider sitting on it and from the description sounded like a WR250, the other bike was smaller, possibly a 125 or even an 80. His wife entered the house through the front door not knowing there were people in the garage, it wasn't until she heard the dog barking that she went outside to investigate (dog was coralled in the back part of the yard). The thieves did a runner through the front of the garage and took off, one on the smaller bike and 2 up on the bigger bike. Police were called and interviewed neighbours etc, the neighbour across the street had seen the bikes and 1 rider outside the house but didn't think anything of it because they often see bikes out the front of my neighbours house. The police told my neighbour that from the descriptions given to them they are looking for the same people that could be responsible for over 30 bike thefts over the last 2 - 3 months in the Hoppers Crossing, Werribee and Laverton area. They usually arrive 2 up on the "WR", pillion hops off and knocks off the bike and they usually take off together, the cop said that "these guys know what they are doing". A couple of bikes fitting that description have been seen riding around the east side of Skeleton Creek near the newer estates off Sayers Rd. 30 bikes in 2 months - keep your bikes locked up people.