Have you had your bike stolen? Recovery Day

Further to the recent recovery of lots of bikes in Chatsworth Road, here 
are the details of when you can go to check whether one of yours is 
among them.

Thanks Oliver Schick from Hackney Cycle Campaign

Details on the Hackney Bike Identification Open Day

On Monday 22 April 2013 at 11:00 hours, Leabridge SNT executed a search 
warrant at an address in Chatsworth Road, E5. Once inside the premises 
officers discovered over 150 bikes and 100 bike parts which are believed 
to be stolen.

Two men aged 42 and 55 were arrested at the scene on suspicion of theft, 
going equipped for theft, handling stolen goods and possession of Class 
B drugs.

Police are urging anyone who has had their bike stolen in Hackney to 
attend a ‘Bike Identification Open Day’ at Hackney Police Station. This 
will allow members of the public to identify their stolen property and 
for police to verify its rightful owners.

Below are the dates and times Leabridge SNT will be available for 
members of the public to view the bikes. Please contact the team before 
attending on 0208 721 2836. This will ensure an officer is available at 
Hackney Police Station

• Wednesday 24th April - 15:00 - 20:00 hours
• Thursday 25th April - 11:00 -17:00 hours
• Friday 26th April - 15:00 - 20:00 hours
• Wednesday 1st May - 12:00 - 20:00 hours
• Thursday 2nd May - 14:00 - 22:00 hours
• Friday 3rd May - 11:00 -16:00 hours
• Tuesday 7th May - 15:00 - 20:00 hours
• Wednesday 8th May - 13:00 -19:00 hours
• Thursday 9th May - 11:00 -17:00 hours
• Friday 10th May - 16:00 -22:00 hours

Please bring along to the viewing any proof of purchase or a photograph 
of your bike.

If you are unable to attend Hackney Police Station on the above dates 
please email the team, see contact.

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