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Four bikes stolen in Newbury in space of 72 hours

Thames Valley Police appealing for witnesses after crime spree

Dan Cooper

Dan Cooper

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POLICE are appealing for witnesses after four bicycles were stolen in Newbury in the space of 72 hours.

Between Saturday and Monday, offender(s) entered a communal parking area in Racecourse Road and stole two bikes – a blue/silver Apollo and a bright orange child’s cycle.

If you have any information about this incident, contact the Police Enquiry Centre on 101, quoting the reference 43200247441.

In a separate incident, which took place in Bartholomew Street between 10am and 3pm  on Monday, offender(s) stole a green mountain bike with calibre orange writing by cutting the lock securing the cycle to a rack.  

If you have any information, contact 101 using the reference 43200247851.

In another incident, also on Monday, offender(s) stole a white/blue/red Carerra Kraken mountain cycle which had been left chained to a cycle rack in the Market Place.

This took place at some point between 7pm and 9pm.

Contact 101 with the reference 43200248190 if you saw anything.

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  • Marcus

    12/08/2020 - 08:35

    how incredibly pathetic. A police appeal for something that should be on CCTV either in the market place or if as the stores are true, they took them to the train station where again CCTV would show them. Why are there no CCTV pictures?

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