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Commuter has bike stolen from Grantham train station

A fed up commuter is calling for more to be done after his bicycle was stolen from Grantham railway station last week.

Elvis Stooke, of Scotney Drive, Grantham, relied on the bike to get him to the station in time to catch his train to Newark where he works.

Elvis, who received the bike as a gift from his girlfriend said: “I chained it up in the designated bike rack last Monday and only discovered it was gone when I returned home at 7.15pm.

Elvis Stooke. (9191380)
Elvis Stooke. (9191380)

“A member of the public told me that apparently a few bikes were stolen from the station around the same time.”

British Transport Police (BTP) are appealing for anyone with any information to come forward.

A BTP spokesperson said: "Officers received a report of a bike theft at Grantham station on 22nd April and are currently making enquiries. Anyone who witnessed what happened or has any information is asked to contact BTP by texting 61016 or calling 0800 40 50 40 quoting 1900033590."


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