Police appeal after bikes stolen from shop in Derbyshire

Officers have issued an appeal after bikes were stolen from a shop in a Derbyshire town earlier this week.

Thursday, 19th August 2021, 6:36 pm
Updated Thursday, 19th August 2021, 6:37 pm

Matlock, Cromford, Wirksworth and Darley Dale Police Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT) are calling on residents for information following the alleged theft.

The three bikes were apparently taken from Stanley Fern Cycles on Bakewell Road in Matlock between 6pm on Monday, August 16 and 8.30am on Tuesday, August 17.

Police uploaded two pictures to Facebook of the bikes that were taken including one Whyte Stirling V1 Fast Urban Commuter Bike in a matte finish, with a midnight blue colour, an extra large frame and chain rings on front.

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Bikes were stolen from Stanley Fern Cycles on Bakewell Road in Matlock earlier this week. Credit: Matlock, Cromford, Wirksworth and Darley Dale Police SNT.

The other two bikes were Whyte Stirling V2 Hybrid Bikes, with a matte finish and in the colour ‘moss’ – one with a medium size frame and the second a large frame.

Anyone with information, dashcam footage, CCTV should contact the force by calling 101 and quoting reference number 21*462345.

Officers have issued an appeal to located the stolen bikes. Credit: Matlock, Cromford, Wirksworth and Darley Dale Police SNT.

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