Police are seeking information from the public following a break-in at a Lewiston home where a motorcycle was stolen.
Between 10.30am and 11.30am on Friday, February 8, a home on Hayman Road was broken into with several items stolen, including jewellery, a green Kawasaki trail bike registration number S36-AVL, a helmet, as well as gloves and riding boots.
The motorbike and a male suspect were last seen riding east from the property.
Anyone with information on the theft or the location of the motorbike is asked to please call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
Meanwhile, police arrested a man over a break-in at Lewiston following a public appeal for information on Friday.
About 5.40am on February 8, a man allegedly gained entry to a shed on Gawler River Road. It is not believed that anything was stolen from the shed.
Police released CCTV of the suspect to the public yesterday in a bid to identify the man.
Following information supplied via Crime Stoppers, Barossa CIB Detectives on Saturday attended a home at Andrews Farm and arrested a man over the incident.
A 46-year-old man was charged with serious criminal trespass and being unlawfully on premises. He was bailed to appear in the Elizabeth Magistrates Court on March 5.