Melbourn man to appear at St Albans court next week charged with stealing £7,000 worth of bicycles

PUBLISHED: 11:49 15 November 2017 | UPDATED: 11:49 15 November 2017

St Albans City Station. Photo: DANNY LOO

St Albans City Station. Photo: DANNY LOO

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A Melbourn man charged with stealing £7,000 worth of bikes from St Albans and Harpenden will appear at St Albans magistrates court next Tuesday.

Harpenden railway station. Photo: KRISHAN BHUNGAR.Harpenden railway station. Photo: KRISHAN BHUNGAR.

Harley Wayne Jeffrey, 40, of Cherrypark Mobile Home, was at Hatfield magistrates court last week on several charges.

It is alleged between Sunday, September 18, 2016 and Wednesday, January 18, 2017 that Jeffrey stole 14 bikes totalling £6,956.

The bikes were stolen from St Albans city centre, City Station, and Harpenden station, and included one worth £1,500.

Jeffrey was also charged with stealing a motorcycle from Harpenden station, for which he will appear at St Albans magistrates on Saturday, November 25.

He will appear before Luton magistrates next Monday charged with stealing £315 of cosmetics from Boots in Luton last March.

He must attend Cambridge police station daily until his court appearances.

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