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Theft Of Pedal Cycle - Romsey Rapids

Alert message sent 14/07/2019 15:30:00

Information sent on behalf of Hampshire Constabulary


There have been two reports of Theft Of Pedal Cycle from outside of The Romsey Rapids recently.

The first incident occurred on Saturday 6th July between 13:00 - 15:00 where a Red Carrera Kraken Mountain Bike has been stolen. This was secured outside of the complex but has had the chain cut.

The second occurred on Tuesday 9th July between 16:30 - 17:30 where another bike has been stolen. This again was secured but has had the bike lock cut off.

If you have any information regarding either of these incidents please contact us via 101 and quote the following reference numbers.

Saturday 6th July - 44190234399
Tuesday 9th July - 44190238663

Crime Prevention Advice
 
  • Get an approved bike lock. Look for the Sold Secure logo on approved locks.
  • Always lock your bike at home, even when it is in your garage.
  • When out and about, lock your bike up in a secure location at a bike rack or lamp post
  • Always lock your bike even if you’re only leaving it for a couple of minutes.
  • Make the locked bike difficult to manoeuvre. Keep any gaps between the lock and bike frame small.
  • If you have quick release wheels, lock them up too or take them with you.
  • Remove lights from the bike and take them with you.
  • Identify and register your bike with scheme  Immobilise.
  • Consider etching your postcode on to your bike frame.
  • It is thought that thieves actively use ride recording Apps (such as Strava, Endomondo, “Map my ride”) to identify where high value bikes may be kept. This primarily occurs when individuals post their recorded rides to the public domain. It is believed they head over to the ride start/finish and possibly target likely garages/sheds/etc in the vicinity until they find what they want.
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Tobey Mason (Police, PCSO, East Hampshire District)

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