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CCTV released after boy's bike stolen in Newbury

Officers want to speak with man who may have vital information

John Herring

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CCTV released after boy's bike stolen in Newbury

CCTV of a man who may have vital information about the theft of a boy's bicycle in Newbury has been released by police.

The 14-year-old secured the blue and orange coloured Careera Valour mountain bike in the bicycle shelter before entering Sainsbury's in Hectors Way. 

The thief then broke the lock and rode off with it. 

The theft took place at around 3.30pm on Friday, January 4.

Investigating officer, PC Katherine Lathe based at Newbury police station, said: “I am keen to speak to the man in this CCTV image, as he may have information which is vital to our investigation.

“Anyone who recognises this individual, or has information about the incident, can report the details on the Thames Valley Police website quoting reference 43190003594.

!Alternatively, you can call the non-emergency telephone number, 101, or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.”

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  • juzzthefuzz

    12/01/2019 - 22:10

    Surprised this even made the news. I had two bikes stolen from CCTV covered spots in Newbury, never made the news, got told the CCTV was too low resolution to make out a face. Even the the point where I followed the guy the first time when the bike re-appeared, and gave police running commentary of where I was, they still couldn't get their backsides in gear to prevent it disappearing again, which it did. Thank god I no longer live in Newbury!

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  • NewburyResident

    09/01/2019 - 15:03

    Police would like to speak to a man who may have vital information (and a new bike! ;-) )

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  • NewburyLad

    09/01/2019 - 15:03

    2019 and we still use low resolution cctv cameras. Unless cameras deliver clear images, there is very little point in having them.

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