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Police Want Help Identifying Man After Pushbike Stolen In Lincoln

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  • Lincolnshire Police investigate theft of pushbike in Lincoln

 

An appeal has been launched to identify a man who Lincolnshire Police believe could assist with their enquiries relating to the theft of a push bike in Lincoln.

Lincolnshire Police are asking for people to come forward who can identify the man so they can speak to him in relation to a pushbike theft that took place in Guildhall Street in Lincoln.

The theft took place at around 3.30pm on Saturday 2 July. A spokesman for Lincolnshire Police has said that a man walked past the bike just before 3.30pm before taking it. He was wearing a black and white checked shirt, grey shorts and black sunglasses on his head.

Anyone who has any information with relation to the theft can contact Lincolnshire Police by calling 101 quoting incident 288 of 2 July. For anyone who wants to remain anonymous, they can contact CrimeStoppers on 0800 555 111.

 

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