Do you recognise this suspected stolen bike?
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Police officers are looking to reunite this bike, suspected to have been stolen from Harpenden, with its rightful owner.
They recovered the cycle after they made arrests in Station Approach at around 12.30am on February 7.
David Lopata, 19, of Ascot Road in Luton, was charged with the theft of a pedal cycle.
He was sentenced to 21 days in prison after appearing at Hatfield Magistrates’ Court on February 8 and pleading guilty to the charges.
PC Amy Farmer has asked anyone who believes the bike is theirs to call 101, quoting crime reference 41/12255/19.
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