Cheshire Police are looking to reunited over 30 high-value bikes with their owners after the arrest of two local men on January 8.
The men were nabbed on suspicion of handling stolen goods and released on bail, but police are keen to return the recovered bikes to their rightful owners.
The force say on their webiste: “If you don’t have the serial number, it is worth asking the shop you bought it from as many will keep a record of the serial numbers of high value bicycles sold and who they were sold to.
“Due to the high volume of interest received, please do not contact Cheshire Police concerning your bicycle if you do not have this information ready as we will be unable to verify that you are the owner.”
Contact the police by email on firstname.lastname@example.org if one of the below bikes may be yours.
Is one of these bikes yours?
Trek 700 Trekking
Gt Aggressor XC3
Mongoose Villaine BMX
KHS Decent Montana
Raleigh Recora Sprint
Peugeot Premier Racer
Vicini Shopper bike
Raleigh BSA 20
GT Aggressor 3
Bail 540 BMX
Raleigh Max Lite HT2’s 7005
Raleigh Miss Kool
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Stuart Clarke is a News Associates trained journalist who has worked for the likes of the British Olympic Associate, British Rowing and the England and Wales Cricket Board, and of course Cycling Weekly. His work at Cycling Weekly has focused upon professional racing, following the World Tour races and its characters.
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