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Police: help us to beat cycle crime in Sussex
Police have appealed for help to clamp down on cycle crime.
British Transport Police (BTP) have released pictures of people wanted for questioning in relation to bike crime across the county.
Officers want to talk to the people pictured following thefts at stations including Brighton, Preston Park, Worthing and Hassocks.
These include stealing a bike lock and bike which was secured to a bike shelter.
Inspector Gary Ancell said: “Sadly, bicycles are a popular target for thieves but there are lots of things people can do to make sure their property is adequately marked and secured.
“It’s important to remember to register your bike and ensure a solid lock is used to secure it.”
The first image is of a man at Angmering Station between 9am and 9.15pm on Monday, June 4.
Image two shows a group of youths at Barnham Station sometime between midday on Monday, June 25 and 1pm on Wednesday, June 27.
Image three is from West Worthing Station. A bike was stolen between 8pm and 11.40pm on Wednesday, June 13.
Image four is from Brighton Station. A bicycle and bike lock was taken between 7am and 7.45pm on Tuesday, June 19.
A man and woman feature in image five, from Monday, June 25, when a cycle was taken from Preston Park Station between 7.30am and 7.30pm.
Officers want to identify the man in image six following the theft of a bicycle from Worthing Station between 9am on Saturday, July 14 and 11.45pm on Sunday, July 15.
Image seven is from Brighton Station when a bicycle and lock secured to cycle racks were taken between 4pm on Monday, July 23, and 1am the following morning.
At Horsham Station on Sunday, July 8, between 11.30am and 1pm, a bicycle was taken – image 8.
Officers are asking the public to help identify the man in image nine after a bicycle locked in a shelter outside Worthing Station was stolen between 7.30am and 5pm on Thursday, July 5.
The final image is from Hassocks Station and features two men. Police want to speak to them after a cycle was stolen between 8.30am and 10.15pm on Friday, July 20.
People who can help should call BTP for free on 0800 405040 quoting reference B8/LSA of 11/10/12, quoting the image number.