Nashua Police Investigating Uptick in Bike Thefts
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NASHUA — Police are investigating after a recent increase in thefts of road and mountain bicycles in Nashua.
Police said the increase in thefts began in October 2017 and that the thefts occurred during the overnight hours. Bicycles were reported stolen from both private residences and apartment buildings.
The Nashua Police Department is encouraging anyone who had a bicycle stolen and has not reported it, to contact them at 603-594-3500 to file a report.
Information residents should have available to make a report includes: where and when the theft took place, make and model of the bicycle, color, size, anything distinguishable about the bicycle (stickers, specialized equipment, etc.) and serial number if known. Police said some retail bike shops keep records of serial numbers so they advised residents to check with the store they purchased their bike from.
Anyone with information concerning the thefts is encouraged to contact the Nashua Police Department at 603-594-3500 or the Crime Line at 603-589-1665.