Crackdown on cycle thefts

PUBLISHED: 12:09 27 April 2007 | UPDATED: 22:46 28 May 2010

POLICE in March are offering free cycle coding following a spate of thefts in the town. There have been a number of bikes stolen from the town and police are urging people to review their security. Sgt Alan Boughen said: I would urge people to ensure the

POLICE in March are offering free cycle coding following a spate of thefts in the town.

There have been a number of bikes stolen from the town and police are urging people to review their security.

Sgt Alan Boughen said: "I would urge people to ensure their bikes are locked and secure at all times, even when they are left in a shed or garage.

"Over the next few weeks we will be holding a number of postcoding events to enable people to get their bikes security marked. Such security marks can act as a deterrent to certain thieves."

Cycle coding events will take place this Sunday and next Sunday (11am-1pm) at March Police Station, and on Saturday, May 19 (10am-2pm) at Sainsbury's car park.


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