issued after bicycle is stolen in Burnham town centre
appeal for information has been issued after a bicycle theft in
Burnham-On-Sea town centre.
bike was stolen on Wednesday 29th July from the small private
car park adjacent to Peters Hairdressers in Cross Street
between 2.45pm and 3.10pm.
bronze-coloured Carlton Corsair is no longer manufactured, so
is fairly rare.
owner, who wishes to remain anonymous, told Burnham-On-Sea.com:
"It was certainly opportunist. I think whoever took it probably
rode it away because they removed the saddle bag and left it on
the ground, possibly to facilitate lowering the saddle for that
owner has reported the incident to Burnham Police and the national
Stolen Bikes website. Anyone with information should contact police
on 101 or via Burnham-On-Sea.com here.
somebody else has been a recent victim but hasnt announced
it," added the owner. "We all get a bit complacent at
times and the more we share such news the better forewarned we
owners should please, please note the frame number of their bike
and also register it with the police, who will UVF mark bikes
free of charge. It would be nice if I thought my experience could
at least help others avoid the anguish and inconvenience that
bicycle theft generates."
£50 reward has been offered leading to the bike's return.