Three bicycles were reported stolen after their owners left them near the Fairfield Warde High School football field during Friday night's game with New Canaan.

One of the bicycles was valued at $1,000 and another at $2,000, police said. The value of the third bicycle is not known. The bikes were taken between 6 and 7:30 p.m., police said.

The bicycles were left unattended and unlocked in the woods near the field, according to police. One bike was described as a black BMX with white handle grips, black rims and white hubs and was valued at $1,000. The second bike, valued at $2,000, is a gray BMX Eastern with blue grips and white wheels. The third bike, of an unknown value, is flat black and pink.