Police looking for owners of bikes stolen from railway stations

British Transport Police

British Transport Police - Credit: Archant

British Transport Police officers are appealing for anyone who has had a bike stolen in the Cambridgeshire area to get in touch.

The appeal comes as part of Operation Spoke, an investigation into a series of cycle thefts, where the bikes were then advertised for sale on an online auction site.

PC Julie Beattie said: “We have traced internet adverts for a number of stolen bikes. We now need to find the owners as part of our investigation.

“We believe the majority of the bicycles were stolen from Cambridge, Ely and Audley End.

“If you had a bike stolen in Cambridgeshire between Wednesday March 25 and Wednesday August 12 last year, we would like to hear from you.”

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Anyone who believes a bike in the list below belongs to them, is asked to contact British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40, or text 61016, quoting reference ESUB/B6 of 10/02/2015.

The bikes are a Col de Turini Veymont, a Claud Butler Cerium road bike, a Ridgeback Cerium road bike, a C Boardman CB team, an Orbea Carpe, Felt F85,a Giant Defy 4, a Cannondale bad boy fatty, a Giant Escape 2, a Dahon Mu Uno, a Specialized Sirrus Comp road bike, a Specialized Allez.

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