Teenager appeals for return of bike

The Northern Echo: The bike, which was stolen from outside Darlington College on June 10 The bike, which was stolen from outside Darlington College on June 10

THIS teenager's bike was stolen outside Darlington College two weeks ago.

The student owner, who wishes to remain anonymous, has reported the theft to police but particularly wanted to trace his bike because it is very rare.

It was stolen from outside Darlington College, Haughton Road, on June 10.

The giant acid trek BMX style bike is described as having pink handles, pink pedals and a lime green tyre.

Anyone with information is asked to contact PC John Forster at Darlington police on 0345-60-60-365 or Crimestoppers on 0800-555-111.

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6:51am Sat 27 Jun 09

darlodave says...

In the first place this bike does not look original, where are all the makers stikers and other identification that a maker puts on his bikes. To me it looks stolen, it has been repainted for a start to hide any form of identification from a previous owner. The number of bikes like this I have seen being ridden by youths is quite amazing and to me have all been stolen. The police should ask this student owner for the receipt of purchase before they waste their time.
In the first place this bike does not look original, where are all the makers stikers and other identification that a maker puts on his bikes. To me it looks stolen, it has been repainted for a start to hide any form of identification from a previous owner. The number of bikes like this I have seen being ridden by youths is quite amazing and to me have all been stolen. The police should ask this student owner for the receipt of purchase before they waste their time. darlodave

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