‘Lifeline’ electric bike stolen in Brighton

web standing-images. Sussex Police. SUS-170310-110513001
web standing-images. Sussex Police. SUS-170310-110513001

An electric bike described by police as a ‘transport lifeline’ for a Huntington’s Disease sufferer was stolen from outside a shop in Brighton yesterday (November 29).

Police said the Haibike electric mountain bike, worth £4,000, was stolen from outside Luna Deli in Lewes Road during a brief ten-minute period around 12.15pm.

The bike, which is black on the bottom and beige-and-white on top, was locked to a post outside the shop.

The lock was cut and left at the scene, police said.

Anyone with information about the theft is asked to report online or call 101 quoting serial 645 of 29/11.

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