Police have identified a man they were keen to speak to in connection with the theft of a £2,500 mountain bike in Exeter.
On Monday (November 20) Devon and Cornwall Police released a CCTV image of a man, appealing for public help to identify him, believing he could help with the investigation.
Police said they have pinpointed a man and thanked the public for contacting the force with information in response to the earlier photo appeal.
A Devon and Cornwall Police spokesperson said: “Police have identified a male they wanted to speak to in connection with a report of a theft of a mountain bike in Exeter.
“It follows a photo appeal issued by the force on Monday 20 November.
“Officers would like to thank members of the public for their support.”
The appeal for information was part of an Investigation into the theft of a red Chisel bike was stolen from a communal store in the city centre at the end of September.
Police said the ‘valuable’ bike, worth £2,500, was stolen from a communal bicycle store in Paris Street on September 21.