report Rotax engine thefts or suspicious activity- Police Operation Opal


There have been several thefts of microlight Rotax engines in the recent past - and West Mercia Police have set up a dedicated operation to investigate. 

Operation Opal works on a national and international level to collate information helpful to their investigation. Opal does not investigate the crimes locally; instead this is the responsibility of the local police service. If you are the victim of a Rotax engine theft, you will also need to contact your local police.

If you have information about engine thefts or suspicious activity that you believe may be useful to Opal, please fill out this form.

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Let’s get involved and help the police to crack this case. BMAA thanks you in advance for your support.