Calling all bike owners of Woking – have you had your bike stolen recently?
Following a warrant carried out on an address in Maybury, officers discovered 23 bicycles believed to have been stolen. Do you recognise any of these bikes pictured?
PC Donna Davey, who is investigating, said: “If you live in the Woking area and you have been the victim of a bike theft recently, please take a close look at these images or get in touch. However, please be aware that, without a distinctive mark or a serial number, you will not get your bike back as we need to prove beyond all reasonable doubt that you are the rightful owner."
If you believe your bike has been stolen, please contact us on 101 quoting PR/45220077969.
For more advice on keeping your property safe visit: https://www.surrey.police.uk/cp/crime-prevention/residential-buglary/
Marking your property means that if it is taken, it is easier to recover. You can mark your bike by contacting bikeregister.com or attend one of the bike marking events held by the local Woking Policing Team. The next event is due to take place on Saturday, 3 September between 2pm and 5pm in Jubilee Square, Woking Town Centre and at Woking Train Station.