Five people were arrested today, as part of a year-long police investigation targeting organised criminals stealing bikes in Bristol and South Gloucestershire.
Four men aged 18, 19, 21 and 22, and a woman aged 45 have been arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to handle stolen goods. They are currently in police custody.
Of 70 bikes known to have been stolen, the owners of 28 of them have still not been found.
You can see pictures of these bikes here. If you recognise one contact Acting Detective Sergeant Russell Saunders on 101.
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A paranoid schizophrenic who "brutally" killed his elderly parents has been sentenced to life in a secure hospital.
51-year-old Timothy Crook is believed to have attacked his parents Robert Crook, 83, and Elsie Crook, 76, in the bedroom of their home in Swindon in 2007, strangling them with a belt and bludgeoning them with a hammer.
After the killings Crook put his parents' bodies in the back of their car, drove them 150 miles to a house he owned in Lincoln, and dumped them under wheelie bins.
He was convicted of manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility by a jury at Bristol Crown Court earlier this month.
Today a judge sentenced the former Ministry of Defence employee to a minimum life term of 16 years. The eight years he has already served in custody count towards this time.
People living in Bishopsworth Road in Bristol thought there was a bomb going off when a group raided the cashpoint at the Co-op in the early hours.
This man lives in a flat above the shops.
Avon & Somerset Police have been conducting a series of raids in an operation to crack down on organised bicycle theft.
Our correspondent Bob Constantine is with them
The country's biggest trade union, UNISON, has written to its members saying it is worried about the impact of Somerset's Chief Constable returning to work.
It follows calls from retired police officers and serving ones for Nick Gargan to step down after he was found guilty of eight misconduct charges.
Police have closed part of Bishopsworth Road in Bristol while they investigate a raid on a cash machine near the Co-operative Store.
It has been closed between Lulsgate Road and Cheddar Grove since 2.30am.
Traffic is being advised to use A38 Bridgwater Road and rejoin Bishopsworth Road via Kings Head Lane.
A soft drink made in the Forest of Dean will no longer be sold by a major supermarket following concerns about child obesity.
Lunch-box sized cartons of Ribena, which is bottled in Coleford, have been banned by Tesco because of its sugar content.
The supermarket giant will continue to sell no-added sugar versions and cordial bottles.
A man from Swindon who killed his parents in 2007 will be sentenced later today.
A jury found Timothy Crook guilty of manslaughter due to diminished responsibility last week.
The 50-year-old denied killing Bob and Elsie Crook, whose bodies were found under wheelie bins at a house he owned in Lincoln.