Woman's bike stolen from St John's Lane, Bedminster
AN upset cyclist is appealing for help in finding her beloved vintage bike, which was stolen while she viewed a house in Bedminster.
Emily Arnold was looking around a property on St John's Lane on the evening of Thursday, January 24, when a thief struck.
The 28-year-old puzzle compiler had locked one of the bike's wheels to the frame, but an opportunist criminal still ran off with it between 5.20pm and 5.25pm.
Emily said: "I've had my lovely bike for about five years and I ride it to and from work every day. It is at least 20 years old and is quite rare so it can't be replaced.
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"I just hope someone knows where it is and can contact me or the police."
The bike is a vintage Carlton-Courette with a mixte frame, a Brooks saddle and has a Kwiklock basket attachment on it. The back mudguard has a hole in it where the reflector previously broke off.
Anyone who knows where it is, or who witnessed the crime, should call the police on 101 or Emily on 07773141087.