Victim of bike theft in Stevenage? Police may have recovered your wheels

Contact Herts police non-emergency number 101 if you believe the bikes may be yours.

Contact Herts police non-emergency number 101 if you believe the bikes may be yours. - Credit: Archant

Are you one of the many people who has had their bike stolen in Stevenage?

If so, Herts police have recovered two bikes they believe have been stolen and are trying to reunite them with their owners.

The bikes, an Apollo Gradient mountain bike and a Tornado Bike Fahrrad Star, were recovered from the town in late November.

Investigating officer PC Rondell Quinlan said: “We are very keen to track down the rightful owners of these bikes and finalise our investigation. If you have had a bike matching these makes stolen from the Stevenage area, please contact me via Herts police non-emergency number 101.

“I would also urge people to get their bikes security marked. Had these bikes been marked we would have easily been able to reunite them with their owners. Immobilise is a free property marking service, which logs the details of your property onto a national database, where it can be identified and returned to you, should it be stolen or lost.

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“The Stevenage Safer Neighbourhood team offer free bike marking so please contact them if you would like to take advantage of this service. We have seen a marked increase in the number of bikes currently being stolen in the town, so please look after your property.”

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