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Newbury nurse pleas for help locating stolen bike

A nurse’s bike has been stolen.

Newbury nurse, Judith Kerry, left Newbury Railway Station for a medical study day in Reading last Wednesday (November 1).

But on her return, she discovered her bike had been stolen.

The stolen bike. Distinguishing features include a hub dynamo front wheel. Credit: Judith Kerry
The stolen bike. Distinguishing features include a hub dynamo front wheel. Credit: Judith Kerry

She is disappointed as she says the bike has sentimental value and is essential to her travelling for work.

“The bike was built for me by my son and is unique”, she said. “I use it daily for my work as a community nurse to visit housebound and unwell patients.

“It is often quicker to cycle to the homes due to the traffic around Newbury.”

Mrs Kerry reported the theft to Thames Valley Police and the British Transport Police but says no progress has yet been made in locating the stolen bike.

“I was given a reference number and told I would have to contact Great Western Railway to access any CCTV footage,” she added.

“I am so disappointed as the bike is of great sentimental value and a part of my working life for over 10 years, so to me, is irreplaceable.

“I would love to get it back.”

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