Shefford man charged after bike thefts at Biggleswade and Arlesey stations

PUBLISHED: 18:26 20 September 2018

Shefford man Raymond Braybrooks has been charged in connection with a spate of bike thefts at Biggleswade and Arlesey railway stations. Picture: Nina Morgan

Shefford man Raymond Braybrooks has been charged in connection with a spate of bike thefts at Biggleswade and Arlesey railway stations. Picture: Nina Morgan

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A Shefford man has been charged in connection with a spate of bike thefts at Biggleswade and Arlesey railway stations.

Raymond Braybrooks, of Old Bridge Way, was charged with 13 counts of theft of pedal cycles and one count of attempted theft of a pedal cycle – following a series of thefts over a four-week period between July 10 and August 3.

The 49-year-old has been bailed pending a court appearance on October 8.

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