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Police bid to reunite stolen bikes, found in West Watford, with their owners
Police have released pictures of two stolen bikes recovered in West Watford in a bid to find the owners.
Hertfordshire Constabulary said both were seized together in the Croxley View area on July 9.
However officers believe they could have been stolen anytime from the beginning of June.
One of the bikes is described as a grey ‘Boardman’ frame with white Recon Gold TK ‘rock shox’ forks. The bike has a white saddle, rear mudguards and an old fashioned bell on the handlebar.
The second bike is a grey GT Aggressor bicycle with white/red Bomber Marzocchi forks, Shimano Deore gears, white Alexrims double wall wheels and a black saddle.
Assistant Investigator Elaine Counsell, from the Watford Local Crime Unit, said: "The bikes were seized last month however we have so far not been able to trace their genuine owners. We have reason to believe the bikes may have been taken in either the Watford or the Stevenage areas.
"If either of these bikes belongs to you, then I would like to speak to you as soon as possible."
Anyone with information is asked to call the Watford Local Crime Unit direct on (01923) 472939.
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