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Neighbourhood police investigating the theft of bicycles in West Bridgford have charged a suspect.
Bikes were taken from outside McDonald’s, in Radcliffe Road, on 13 October and Asda, in Loughborough Road, on 16 October.
Officers from the West Bridgford neighbourhood policing team studied CCTV from nearby venues as part of their investigation and Response teams arrested a man on Thursday (19 October).
Forty-four-year-old Lee Love, of Lee Road, Calverton, has been charged with two counts of theft of a pedal cycle and is due to appear at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court on Friday (20 October).
Inspector Tim Cuthbert, neighbourhood policing inspector for Rushcliffe, said:
“We know many people rely on their bikes to get around so hope people are reassured by our response to these two thefts.
“I’m pleased a suspect has been identified and placed before the courts at the earliest opportunity.”
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