London police recovered bikes
The police are looking to reunite the following bikes with their rightful owners. Can you help?
Have you spotted your bike?
If you’re positive it’s yours, contact the police as mentioned in their tweet. They will expect some form of proof of ownership.
Further information about this recovered bikes page
This page aims to collate all police recovered bike appeals from the London Twitter accounts. So if you spot a tweet from any of the MET, City of London, or BTP Twitter accounts, do notify @StolenRide.
The police currently don’t coordinate their recovered bike appeals across different boroughs and the number of tweets is low and sporadic. If you believe that the police should officially use Stolen Ride to publish all bikes that they can’t find the owners for, then do tell them.
Why can’t they find the bike owners themselves, you may ask? It could be that the bike was never reported stolen. Or it was reported, but the report did not contain enough specific information (such as the bike frame number). Or, the bike was not registered/marked through a police searchable bike registry/database.
Keep checking this page for updates and advancements. Please share with your network.
A local business in #WestEaling had found this bike left abandoned on Leeland Road W13 on 15/02/2019 at around 6pm. It's now at Acton Police Station, if it's yours or you know who it belongs to please let them know. Please bring proof of purchase.🚴♂️ pic.twitter.com/K7cLFVhZjN— Walpole Police (@MPSWalpole) February 16, 2019
Officers have recovered this suspected stolen bike from the Vauxhall area today. If you are missing this distinctive "Specialized Sirrus Disc INT 2017" bike please get in touch! Manufactured on 16/8/16 and features fittings on the handlebars with red motifs all over @StolenRide pic.twitter.com/fZf3tt58Qe— Oval/Vauxhall Police (@MPSOval) December 30, 2018
Two males arrested for theft of this pedal bike after a witness has seen them break the lock and take it. Do you recognise this bike? Is it yours? We would love to hear from you. Stolen from outside Farringdon Underground Station. Call 101. Reference 2731156/18 pic.twitter.com/wv3Apf9RwQ— Islington Police (@MPSIslington) December 28, 2018
Police are appealing for the owner of this 2018 Trek Super Commuter 8 Citybike electric bicycle to come forward. The bike was recovered in #Islington on Friday 30 November and we believe it had been stolen. If you think it's yours, pls call 101 qouting CAD 6674/dec04 pic.twitter.com/6ZzgRmKLyM— Metropolitan Police (@metpoliceuk) December 4, 2018