Deaf News: 30 bikes stolen from Derby Deaf School

Posted on September 21, 2012

According to This is Derbyshire, 30 push bikes have been stolen from Derby’s Royal School for the Deaf:

They were taken from a storage shed at the Ashbourne Road school sometime between September 4 and September 7, police said today.

PCSO Matt Clark, from the Allestree and Darley safer neighbourhood policing team, said: “Around 17 of the bikes were almost the same – they are described as an Escape Pro-bike mountain bike. They are all silver with a 16”,18” or 20” frame, no suspension, derailleur gears and straight handlebars with black grips.

“There is an assumption that the offenders would have used a large vehicle to transport these bikes, if anyone did see any suspicious behaviour of any kind, please let us know.”

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