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Saturday, 01 November 2014

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Rail cops in Cumbria want to speak to this youth in connection with bike damage

RAIL cops have released the CCTV image of a youth they want to speak to after a bike was damaged at Grange rail station.

EM Grange station CCTV 220714
Do you know this youth? Police want to speak to him about damage to a bike at Grange train station.

The incident happened shortly after 8.45pm on Friday, June 20, after the cycle owner had left it locked at the station.

PC Allan Fernie said: “It appears that someone has damaged the bike by kicking it, or pulling at it in an attempt to break the lock.

“As a result, approximately £200 damage was caused to the bike.”

Following a number of enquiries, officers have managed to isolate the CCTV image of a youth they think will have key information.

“I am certain the youth pictured knows something about this incident and I ask anyone who recognises him to come forward.”

If you recognise the youth in the CCTV image, or have any information which could assist officers, please call British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40, or ring Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111. In all calls please quote log PSUB/B13 of 21/7/14.

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