This is Gloucestershire recently reported that cyclists who have had their bikes stolen had the opportunity to be reunited with them.
A cycle viewing and coding session was held at Cheltenham Police Station in Lansdown Road. The event was put on so people who have reported their bicycles stolen could see if they had been found by police.
It was also a chance for cyclists to find out more about protecting their bikes through the National Mobile Property Register (NMPR) which is accessed by the public via the www.immobilise.com website.
Police community support officer Kim Graham, who organised the event, said:
We now have more than 1,100 people who have registered through us with the NMPR thanks to the local cycle shops and police operations.
Officers were also security marking and encouraging cyclists to register their bikes on immobilise.
By visiting the website www.immobilise.com, a free, private and secure portfolio of personal property can be created and items added to the NMPR.
If the bike, or registered item, is then lost or stolen the website can be used to tell the police, insurers and the second-hand trade to help in finding it and catching the thief.
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