CCTV images of a man police want to speak to after a bicycle was stolen have been released.
The bike was taken from Huddersfield rail station on 12 November.
How to keep your bicycle safe and secure:
- Always lock your bicycle whenever you leave it as a designated cycle rack area. Lock the frame and both wheels to a cycle stand
- Consider using more than one lock to secure your bike and ensure that you use a recognised security standard lock. D-locks, extension cable or heavy chain locks are certified locking mechanisms. It is important to ensure that yours is up to date.
- Make the lock(s) and bike hard to manoeuvre when parked by ensuring little room between the stand and the bike.
- Do not allow your lock(s) to come into contact with the ground, where they are viewed as more vulnerable.
- Take a photograph of your bike and record your frame number and key details. This will be crucial in recovering your bike if it is stolen.
- Mark your frame with your postcode in two separate locations, one of which should be hidden. Attach a "Coded Cycle" label to reduce the risk of making your bike a target for theft.
- Do not ride with valuables in open baskets or panniers.
- Register your bicycle at www.immobilise.com or www.bikeregister.com