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CCTV footage released after bike stolen from Ipswich

15:41 10 March 2016

Can you identify this man wanted in relation to the tehft of a bike in Ipswich?

Can you identify this man wanted in relation to the tehft of a bike in Ipswich?


CCTV footage of a man wanted in connection with the theft of a bike in Ipswich has been released by police.

The incident happened in November 2015 and police are asking anyone who may recognise the man – described as white, of slim to medium build, possibly in his 20s, with short cropped dark hair that is receding at the temples – to come forward.

The Scott mountain bike was taken from a parking area at Patteson Road in Ipswich.

Anyone with information is asked to call Suffolk Police on 101, quoting crime number 16999/15.

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