Bonnie Anderson made a plea to fans for help on Saturday after her motorbike was stolen from her Melbourne home. 

The Neighbours star, 26, revealed the bad news in a series of Instagram posts shared on Saturday. 

The Kawasaki 650 Ninja, which is valued at around $11,000, was taken from the star’s garage around 11am, while she was out shopping. 

Oh no! Bonnie Anderson (pictured) made a plea to fans for help on Saturday after her motorbike was stolen from her Melbourne home

Oh no! Bonnie Anderson (pictured) made a plea to fans for help on Saturday after her motorbike was stolen from her Melbourne home

Oh no! Bonnie Anderson (pictured) made a plea to fans for help on Saturday after her motorbike was stolen from her Melbourne home

She begged for its safe return over social media, with several of her friends sharing the posts, too. 

Famous pals like Australian Idol star Anthony Callea, 38, and MasterChef contestant Khanh Ong, 27, were part of the effort to get the news out. 

A handful of hours after the bike was stolen, Bonnie shared footage of herself in her car, racing to a location where the vehicle was spotted. 

Gone! The Neighbours star, 26, revealed the bad news in a series of Instagram Stories shared on Saturday

Gone! The Neighbours star, 26, revealed the bad news in a series of Instagram Stories shared on Saturday

Gone! The Neighbours star, 26, revealed the bad news in a series of Instagram Stories shared on Saturday

Taken: The Kawasaki 650 Ninja was taken from the star's garage around 11am, while she was out shopping

Taken: The Kawasaki 650 Ninja was taken from the star's garage around 11am, while she was out shopping

Taken: The Kawasaki 650 Ninja was taken from the star’s garage around 11am, while she was out shopping

Found it! A handful of hours after the bike was stolen, Bonnie shared footage of herself in her car, racing to a location where the vehicle was spotted

Found it! A handful of hours after the bike was stolen, Bonnie shared footage of herself in her car, racing to a location where the vehicle was spotted

Found it! A handful of hours after the bike was stolen, Bonnie shared footage of herself in her car, racing to a location where the vehicle was spotted

She explained that a good Samaritan spotted the motorbike outside a Woolworths in Fern Tree Gully, five suburbs away from where it was taken. 

Ecstatic, Bonnie explained the man had seen one of her social media posts and contacted her online to tell her where the bike was. 

She said she was ‘so freaking grateful’ but said the bike was ‘badly damaged’ and had been in a car accident. 

Sighted: She explained that a good Samaritan spotted the motorbike outside a Woolworths in Fern Tree Gully, five suburbs away from where it was taken

Sighted: She explained that a good Samaritan spotted the motorbike outside a Woolworths in Fern Tree Gully, five suburbs away from where it was taken

Sighted: She explained that a good Samaritan spotted the motorbike outside a Woolworths in Fern Tree Gully, five suburbs away from where it was taken

Sad day: She went on to share footage of the police inspecting her motorbike at the site where it was found

Sad day: She went on to share footage of the police inspecting her motorbike at the site where it was found

Sad day: She went on to share footage of the police inspecting her motorbike at the site where it was found

Bonnie also explained her flatmate still had items missing, including his shoes and laptop. 

She went on to share footage of the police inspecting her motorbike at the site where it was found. 

‘Police were so helpful today.  And to everybody who posted thank you so much. What a horrible person, breaking into our home… absolutely disgusting,’ she wrote. 

A little help: 'Police were so helpful today. And to everybody who posted thank you so much. What a horrible person, breaking into our home... absolutely disgusting,' she wrote

A little help: 'Police were so helpful today. And to everybody who posted thank you so much. What a horrible person, breaking into our home... absolutely disgusting,' she wrote

A little help: ‘Police were so helpful today. And to everybody who posted thank you so much. What a horrible person, breaking into our home… absolutely disgusting,’ she wrote

This post first appeared on Dailymail.co.uk

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