Police looking for owner of bike stolen from Southend High Street

Is this bike yours?

Is this bike yours?

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Is this bike yours? Police are looking to reunite it with its owner after it was stolen.

The bike was stolen from Southend High Street overnight on Tuesday July 22.

Anyone who thinks the bicycle might be theirs should contact PC Kiri Karlo at Southend Police Station on 101.

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11:36am Sun 27 Jul 14

ORACUS says...

It is not possible to ascertain if property is stolen or not without knowing the identity of the owner.
It is not possible to ascertain if property is stolen or not without knowing the identity of the owner. ORACUS
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3:04pm Sun 27 Jul 14

_Lotus_ says...

ORACUS wrote:
It is not possible to ascertain if property is stolen or not without knowing the identity of the owner.
I am not quite sure why somebody gave you a thumbs down there because, what you are saying is common sense.
[quote][p][bold]ORACUS[/bold] wrote: It is not possible to ascertain if property is stolen or not without knowing the identity of the owner.[/p][/quote]I am not quite sure why somebody gave you a thumbs down there because, what you are saying is common sense. _Lotus_
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6:55pm Sun 27 Jul 14

Gay Ray says...

ORACUS wrote:
It is not possible to ascertain if property is stolen or not without knowing the identity of the owner.
If the identity of the owner of the property is not known, it is sufficient to describe it as 'belonging to a person unknown'. I hope this helps.
[quote][p][bold]ORACUS[/bold] wrote: It is not possible to ascertain if property is stolen or not without knowing the identity of the owner.[/p][/quote]If the identity of the owner of the property is not known, it is sufficient to describe it as 'belonging to a person unknown'. I hope this helps. Gay Ray
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5:53am Mon 28 Jul 14

John Right says...

Bike was used for a serious crime, when the owner tries to claim the bike, gets done...
Bike was used for a serious crime, when the owner tries to claim the bike, gets done... John Right
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10:23am Mon 28 Jul 14

_Lotus_ says...

John Right wrote:
Bike was used for a serious crime, when the owner tries to claim the bike, gets done...
That's an interesting concept, what made you think of that?
[quote][p][bold]John Right[/bold] wrote: Bike was used for a serious crime, when the owner tries to claim the bike, gets done...[/p][/quote]That's an interesting concept, what made you think of that? _Lotus_
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10:28am Mon 28 Jul 14

_Lotus_ says...

Gay Ray wrote:
ORACUS wrote:
It is not possible to ascertain if property is stolen or not without knowing the identity of the owner.
If the identity of the owner of the property is not known, it is sufficient to describe it as 'belonging to a person unknown'. I hope this helps.
Let's have a little scenerio here:

I take my bike and lean it against the railings outside my friendly corner shop, whilst I pop in and get 10 pints of milk.

Whilst carrying the milk to my bike, I trip over and knock myself out.

An ambulance is called and I am carted off to the nearest hospital.

Later on that day, two coppers on the beat, see my bike sitting there, unlocked - what would make them think it was stolen, because it wouldn't be stolen, I have had to leave it there.

That is why, some of these stories, although they seem to be on a "need to know basis", don't quite add up or make any sense.
[quote][p][bold]Gay Ray[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ORACUS[/bold] wrote: It is not possible to ascertain if property is stolen or not without knowing the identity of the owner.[/p][/quote]If the identity of the owner of the property is not known, it is sufficient to describe it as 'belonging to a person unknown'. I hope this helps.[/p][/quote]Let's have a little scenerio here: I take my bike and lean it against the railings outside my friendly corner shop, whilst I pop in and get 10 pints of milk. Whilst carrying the milk to my bike, I trip over and knock myself out. An ambulance is called and I am carted off to the nearest hospital. Later on that day, two coppers on the beat, see my bike sitting there, unlocked - what would make them think it was stolen, because it wouldn't be stolen, I have had to leave it there. That is why, some of these stories, although they seem to be on a "need to know basis", don't quite add up or make any sense. _Lotus_
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