Had your bike stolen in the last month? Police could have some good news for you

Police are hoping to reunite six bikes, believed stolen, with their owners. Picture: ARCHANT LIBRARY

Police are hoping to reunite six bikes, believed stolen, with their owners. Picture: ARCHANT LIBRARY

Police are seeking the owners of bikes recovered from a home in Ipswich.

Chris Cook, reunited with his stolen bicycle. Picture: SUFFOLK POLICE

Chris Cook, reunited with his stolen bicycle. Picture: SUFFOLK POLICE - Credit: Archant

The six bikes, believed stolen, were recovered following the execution of a warrant near Norwich Road on June 29.

Officers located the owners of two bikes, including Chris Cook, but have yet to trace the remaining owners.

Safer neighbourhood team sergeant, Jonathan Driver, urged victims of bike theft over the last month to get in touch, even if the theft was not reported, but said: “We will only be able to return bicycles that are correctly described or identified by their serial number.”

Mindaugas Amdruzevicius, 22, faced magistrates on June 30 and has been remanded to appear at Ipswich Crown Court on July 28, charged with handling stolen goods.

If you can claim ownership the bikes, call police on 101 or email IpswichCentral.Snt@suffolk.pnn.police.uk.

Police said registering at immobilise.com can increase chances of being reunited with a stolen bike.