Ipswich: Vintage First World War bike stolen from garden shed

Police are appealing for witnesses after a green First World War vintage pedal cycle was stolen from

Police are appealing for witnesses after a green First World War vintage pedal cycle was stolen from Ipswich. Pictured is a similar bike, according to Suffolk police. - Credit: Archant

A vintage First World War bicycle has been stolen from a garden shed in Ipswich.

Police said an offender broke in to a garden shed and garage in Beechcroft Road and took a man’s green First World War vintage pedal cycle.

It had a leather saddle, white tyres and a flat carrier on the rear.

Frozen food was also stolen from a freezer.

The theft took place between 10am on Saturday, September 28, and 2pm on Saturday, October 5.

Suffolk police have issued a photograph of a similar bike after launching an investigation.

People with information relating to this incident are urged to call police on 101.

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