Appeal after bike stolen from teenager working in charity shop

Warrington Guardian: The stolen bike The stolen bike

A MUM is appealing for help in finding a bike stolen from her son as he worked in a charity shop in Stockton Heath.

Ryan Beckett, aged 15, was volunteering at Save The Children, London Road, when the mountain bike was stolen on Saturday morning.

Mum Lesley says he is ‘devastated’.

She said: “He is really upset and down in the dumps.

“It’s absolutely dreadful you can’t leave anything, anywhere.

“The bike is his way of getting around, because he’s trying to be independent so he doesn’t have to rely on us.

“This is his only form of transport.”

Ryan uses the bike to go to rugby training at Priestley College and Cadets.

It was taken from the back of the shop between 9.30am and noon on Saturday.

The wheels were locked together and Mrs Beckett believes whoever took it may have had to carry it.

Police are investigating.

Anyone with information can call Warrington South NPU on 101.

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5:35pm Mon 27 Jan 14

annie1275 says...

The thieving scum bags..Hope their fingers drop off.
The thieving scum bags..Hope their fingers drop off. annie1275
  • Score: 3

1:25pm Tue 28 Jan 14

old-codger says...

Nothing is safe from these parasites, They would rob from their own family, Lowlife like this should be put down.
Nothing is safe from these parasites, They would rob from their own family, Lowlife like this should be put down. old-codger
  • Score: 2

9:41am Wed 29 Jan 14

Anna Fender says...

This is the type of crime the Piggies love, rather than catch a murderer, Rapist, Peadophile, arsonist, drink driver etc etc.
This is the type of crime the Piggies love, rather than catch a murderer, Rapist, Peadophile, arsonist, drink driver etc etc. Anna Fender
  • Score: 0

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