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Busy commuters try to keep fit by cycling to and from their local station every day. But while they are at work their bikes are being targeted by thieves.
British Transport Police say they believe at least two gangs are operating at stations around the region, taking as many as three bikes per hour.
Inspector Mick Morris from the British Transport Police talks about recent bike thefts from railway stations in Sussex.
Commuters in the Meridian region are being warned to be vigilant after highly organised gangs of bike thieves have been targeting railway stations. British Transport Police says as people leave their cars at home to save money on petrol, bikes worth up to £1, 000 are being stolen.