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Ipswich: Police search for £1,000 bike stolen from house in Spring Road

14:07 16 May 2014

A bike similar to that of the £1,000 one stolen in Ipswich

A bike similar to that of the £1,000 one stolen in Ipswich


A bike worth £1,000 has been stolen from an outbuilding in Ipswich.


It happened between April 5 and 26 at an address in Spring Road.

Somebody went into the back garden and broke into the secure outbuilding.

They then took a black and grey Specialized cross trail hybrid push bike, valued at £1000, from inside.

If you have seen a bike matching this description, have any information about the theft or have been offered the bike to buy you should contact Dc Michael Florey at Ipswich police on 101.


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  • They are hardly searching for it , are they ! It was stolen between 5-26th April and its in the paper 3 more weeks later , must be a slow day in the news room .

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