People wanted in connection with Bletchley bike theft

Bletchley bike theft
Bletchley bike theft

Police want to speak to these two people following a bicycle theft at Bletchley rail station.

These images were caught on CCTV in relation to the theft om Sunday, November 30.

PC Robin Lowth said: “The victim, a 50-year-old man from Bletchley, secured his blue Apollo mountain bike in the dedicated cycle racks at the station.

“Sadly, the cycle was stolen from the racks shortly after 2pm.

“Enquiries have been ongoing since the theft took place to establish who took the bike.

“I am today able to release photographs of two people I would like to identify and speak to as I believe they will have key information about this incident.”

Unfortunately, bicycles remain a desirable target for many thieves at train stations. However, British Transport Police is cracking down on this type of crime and we have a dedicated team of officers specifically focused on tackling this issue.

Officers are carrying out a variety of initiatives to catch thieves in the act. They are also working closely with cycle and second-hand shops in the area and monitoring online auction and advertising sites to make it more difficult for thieves to sell on stolen property.

Anyone with information is asked to call British Transport Police on freefone 0800 40 50 40 or text 61016. Alternatively call Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

In all calls, please quote incident reference MSUB/B1 of 24/12/14