Man charged following bike theft at Tesco
A man has been charged in connection with a bike theft outside a supermarket in the Midlands.
According to a report by the Postcode Gazette, the bike was taken from outside the supermarket on Lockoford Lane at around 13:45 GMT on New Year's Day.
Police have charged a 40 year-old, who is from the Chesterfield area, in connection with the incident and he is set to appear before magistrates in Chesterfield later in the month.
He will be appearing in court on January 21st to face the charges of bike theft.
The victim of the robbery may need to make a claim on their cycle insurance policy in order to be able to replace their model in the wake of the crime.
Police recently issued a call for information from the general public after a cycle theft in Bury St Edmunds.
Officers believe the thieves gained entry to a detached garage next to a residential property in Reeds Buildings and took a black Ridgeback racing bike, the East Anglian Daily Times reported.