Student calls for return of adapted cycle
A student at Southampton Solent University has appealed for the return of his stolen adapted bicycle, which he relies on to get around.
Sports journalism student Robin Allen, 22, has cerebral palsy and used the £650 trike to get to and from his lectures.
But it was stolen between 11:55 GMT and 15:00 GMT on January 29th while he was giving a presentation as part of his course.
Speaking to the Southern Daily Echo, Mr Allen said: "I would ask whoever took it to please return it to a police station or somewhere I could get it back. It really was the only way I used to get about so I am having to get taxis everywhere as a result."
The student added that the trike could not be ridden by an able-bodied person easily and his independence has been affected as a result of the theft.
Anyone with information about the robbery can get in touch with the local police force.