City of London Police believe criminals are targeting high value pedal cycles within the basements, car parks and cycle racks in buildings . Your vigilance is requested, in particular from security officers on patrol. Please remind staff to leave their bicycles secure and report any suspicious person to Police.
Advice on quality of locks/chains can be sought from PC Stuart Ford in the communities department of the City of London Police.
Police Sergeant 122 Peter Bussey
City of London Police
Tel 0207 601 2276
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