Crackdown on bicycle security

PUBLISHED: 08:35 02 April 2008 | UPDATED: 21:40 15 June 2010

POLICE in Honiton are furthering their efforts to educate bicycle owners about the importance of security.

POLICE in Honiton are furthering their efforts to educate bicycle owners about the importance of security.Following a spate of thefts of bikes from the Honiton area, Police Community Support Officers Sue Rowe and Phil Anning will be providing a free postcoding service at the front of Honiton Police Station from 10am to noon on Monday, April 7.Bicycle owners are encouraged to bring their bikes along to be security marked during the event.Tim Raphael, of Cycle, Honiton, will be on hand to demonstrate a range of locking devices and other security gadgets.PCSO Rowe said: "It is important that people take responsibility for looking after their bicycles."If you leave it, lock it! Buy a good quality lock and chain.


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