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Theft of bicycle

Alert message sent 09/10/2021 12:27:00

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A crime has been reported in your area
Theft of a Pedal Cycle



Dear Resident
 
Humberside Police are investigating a Theft of a pedal cycle from David Lloyd Gym
The incident occurred between 17.20hrs and 17:40hrs on 8th October 2021. The offender(s) approached bike racks outside the gym, have selected a number of bikes and have broken locks off at least one and made off.
 
If you saw anyone acting suspiciously in the area around this time or have information on the whereabouts of the stolen property, or have any information about the offenders please contact the police on the new telephone number 101 quoting Investigation 16/99888/21
 
Alternatively you could call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. You don’t have to leave your name and you may even receive a reward.
 
 Remember to keep your own property secure to reduce the opportunity for thieves. Whenever possible lock your doors and windows in unoccupied rooms even if you are in the house.
 
Please be reminded to lock your doors and to keep any security gates closed and locked at all times
 
We also advise residents not to leave high value items on display as they may entice thieves.
 
To assist us in identifying stolen property please consider property marking high value items using Forensic Marking or UV pens.  You are also advised to register property at www.immobilise.com which is a free on-line property register used by police forces nationwide to reunite stolen goods to their owners. All you have to do is register on-line and then upload properties electrical items serial numbers.
 
Crime Prevention Advice –
 
1.   Lock the cycle to a fixed object to prevent it being carried off. Make sure the object can't    be broken i.e. plastic drain pipe.
 
2.   Use quality locks, graded on their security. Pay at least 10% of the value of the cycle for the lock with a £30 minimum.
 
3.   Remove expensive fixtures from the bike if you are to leave it unattended & swap quick release fittings for standard ones. 
 
4.   Lock the bikes parts to the frame using wire loops and security cables. These would include wheels and forks.
 
5.   If leaving your bike unattended choose busy well populated cycle racks, where there are many passing potential witnesses.
 
Key Activities –
 
If you don’t need quick release accessories on your cycle change to standard Allen key fittings, to protect parts from theft.
 
Buying a secondhand cycle? Check the seller’s story sounds plausible & they have the original buyers pack or receipts. Check the cycle isn't registered stolen for a small fee on Checkmend
 
Property mark the cycle frame & forks or record existing serial numbers on the FREE web site www.immobilise.com
 
Make a difference in your community – help us to help you!
 
Regards
Humberside Police
 
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Claire Hardy (Police, PCSO, North Carr - Bransholme)

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