CCTV image released after bike stolen from Huntingdon station
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Officers have released an image of a man they want to trace after a bike was stolen from Huntingdon Railway Station.
A red and white Muddy Fox bike, worth £150, was taken from the cycle racks at the station at about 8.30pm on Tuesday, April 8.
Pc Philip Burn said: “The victim left her bike at the station early on the Tuesday morning, locking it securely to the cycle rack.
“When she returned later that evening, she found the bike had been stolen.”
Pc Burn added: “I am convinced the man in the CCTV image will have vital information about this theft and I call on anyone who recognises him, or who has information about the theft, to come forward.”
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