Suspects caught on CCTV after bikes stolen from underground car-park in Bow Common

PUBLISHED: 14:29 09 December 2016 | UPDATED: 14:29 09 December 2016

Police investigating stolen bikes in east London looking for these two men seen on CCTV

Police investigating stolen bikes in east London looking for these two men seen on CCTV


Detectives investigating bikes stolen from an underground car-park in London’s East End have released CCTV footage today of two men caught on camera getting into the building and cycling away.

The footage shows one man entering the car park at Sargasso Court in Voysey Square, off Violet Road in Bow Common, at around 8pm on October 20, then both men riding away. Four bikes were stolen from the car-park that evening.

One of the men is also caught returning four days later at 9.30pm, wearing a black motorbike helmet and high visibility jacket, when another two bikes were taken.

“We want to speak to the two men on CCTV about these thefts,” Det Con Edd Ng said. “No arrests have been made so far.”

The first man is in his 30s, with short brown hair, who was wearing a black jacket over a green top, jeans and brown shoes. The second man is in his 40s, who was wearing a brown fleece jacket on top of a red Adidas jumper, jeans and black and white trainers.

Police are appealing for anyone with information to call 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800-555111.

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