Do you know this man? Police appeal after £5k bike stolen at King’s Cross station

PUBLISHED: 13:35 29 June 2018 | UPDATED: 13:35 29 June 2018

The man British Transport Police want to speak to. Picture: British Transport Police

The man British Transport Police want to speak to. Picture: British Transport Police


Do you know this man? Police want to speak to him after a bike worth about £5,000 was stolen at King’s Cross station.

A man was using a ticket machine at the station at about 10.50am on June 4, and propped his bike up against the machine.

When that wasn’t working, he went to use a machine further along the station but, when he returned, the bike had gone.

The bike was a racing “Look” bike, coloured black, white and red. The branding “Look” is printed across the frame a number of times.

Officers would like to speak to the man in this image as they believe “he may have information which could help the investigation”.

Anyone with information is asked to call British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40, or text 61016 with reference 239 of June 29.

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