Daughter appeals for return of stolen cycle once owned by her late grand father and being restored by her father

11:34 06 August 2014

The bike stolen from Doddington

The bike stolen from Doddington

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A woman has appealed for help in tracking her dad’s bike that has been stolen from his Doddington home.

Hazel Saunders has launched a social media campaign to find the bike which was stolen last Thursday.

“It has great sentimental value as it was my late grandad’s and my dad had recently started restoring it,” she said.

“It’s a 1930’s Whitworth Rudge. The back wheel rim and spokes were brand new.”

She asked for as many people as possible to be alerted to the missing bike.

“It is believed three men in a white Transit type van are responsible,” she added.

CONTACT: If you can help trace it please call Cambridgeshire police on 101

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