Posted: Mon 7th Oct 2013

Police appeal following bike theft from Deeside Leisure Centre

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Monday, Oct 7th, 2013

Police are appealing for information after a Trek make bike was stolen from outside Deeside Leisure Centre in Queensferry.


The theft happened sometime between 8.45am and 3.35pm on Thursday, October 3, after the victim left the bike locked and secured to the bike rack at the leisure centre on Chester Road West, Queensferry.

An offender or offenders cut the lock and stole the bike which is described as a ‘Trek’ model 6 series, is black and white in colour and has a pink bar going across the handlebars. It has the words ‘go fast’ on the bar.

The bike is also described as having three large gears and is a road bike but has been fitted with mountain bike tyres.

Anyone who witnessed the theft or may have been offered a similar bike for sale is urged to contact police.

Similarly, officers are keen to speak to anyone who may know of the whereabouts of the bike should contact members of the Investigation Support Team on 101.

Alternatively, individuals with information can also contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.


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