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In a bid to reduce bicycle thefts and help owners to
protect their bikes, the City of London Police will be working with
their colleagues from the Metropolitan Police Service and British
Transport Police this Wednesday (23 November) at a free bicycle
From 7.00 am until 11.00 am, members of all three forces,
including the City of London Police Cycle Patrol Team, will be in
and around Liverpool Street Station offering the bicycle marking
service using BikeRegister products from Selectamark. These kits
are usually priced at £14.95 but the first 500 to the event will
get their bikes marked for free.
PCSO Scott Green, one of the officers taking part said: "We
would urge owners to get their bikes marked. By marking the bicycle
frame with a Police preferred product, owners make their cycles
less attractive to potential thieves. In addition, a bicycle that's
been marked with such an ID mark assists the Police in quickly
tracing the owner of a recovered bike."