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Come and get your bicycle marked.

A CYCLE-marking session is taking place at Redcar police station, on Lord Street, in a bid to cut down on bike thefts.

PCSOs will be running the event, in which bikes are marked permanently with a unique code, from 2.30pm-3.30pm on January 25.

A spokesman for Redcar neighbourhood police team said: "For those who did not manage to get bikes marked last week, we are to repeat the exercise this Sunday.

"All bikes that are marked will be entered onto the National Bikeregister scheme which would usually cost around PS17, however we are providing this service for free.

"It's a good opportunity for those who have a bike, or children who may have got one for Christmas to pop down and get it protected.

An earlier session will be held at Saltburn police station between 1pm-2pm the same day. Call 01642 486923 for more details.

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Publication:Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)
Date:Jan 22, 2015
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