Rare bike stolen from station
A RARE cycle, worth more than £500, has been stolen from Derby's train station.
Officers from the British Transport Police said only 500 of the white Lamberatta Li 126 models had been made.
It was stolen between 5.50pm and 6.55pm on Wednesday, November 14.
PC Paul Wilson, the investigating officer from Derby station, said: "The Lamberatta bike was stolen from the cycle racks at the front of Derby railway station.
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The owner secured it to the racks and returned later to discover it had been stolen.
"A week earlier, on Thursday, November 8, a bike was stolen from the Pride Park cycle rack at the station.
The bike, a Specialised Hardrock 2013 Edition, was secured at 6.45am. When the owner returned at 6.30pm he discovered it missing. This bike has the word 'SPECIALZED' written on the cross bar.
It is registered online with the manufacturers and also has a unique security reference number marked on it, making it easily identifiable.
Officers have conducted extensive enquiries including reviewing CCTV footage.
Anyone with information is asked to contact British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40