Is this your bike? Police seek owner of stolen machine

Sergeant from Harrow Borough Police tweets photos of three bikes recovered recently, asking whether anyone recognises them

Police are appealing for information on the owner of a recovered bike

Police in the London Borough of Harrow are searching for the owner or owners of three stolen bikes recovered from a recent house search.

Sergeant Mark Pullen of Harrow Borough Police Crime Squad tweeted photographs of the three bikes on Monday afternoon, appealing for help in tracking down their rightful owner.

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One of the three models is a carbon-fibre Colnago road bike. There are also hardtail and full suspension Specialized mountain bikes. All are in very good condition and must have been well looked after by their owner.

Sergeant Pullen asks that if anyone recognises the bikes they can private message him via Twitter.

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Alternatively, anyone with information can call Crimestoppers in the UK by dialling 101.

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