POLICE in Gloucestershire are trying to reunite stolen mountain bikes with their owners.
Among the bikes is the silver Diamondback M20 pictured which was recovered following the arrest of a boy on suspicion of theft.
PC James Ford said; "We're keen to see this bike returned to its rightful owner and so if you recognise it as one that you have lost or had stolen we ask you to contact us."
The bike is described as a silver Diamondback M20 men's mountain bike with front suspension and is thought to be fairly new.
PC Ford continued; "We'd also like to take this opportunity to remind members of the public to get their bike post-coded and to keep a record of the frame number. By doing this you significantly increase the chance of your bike being returned to you if it is lost or stolen."
The 16-year-old from Cheltenham was arrested yesterday, Monday September 29 on Princess Elizabeth Way and has since been released on Police bail to October 31.
On Saturday October 11, and on the second Saturday of November and December, the public will also be able to visit Cheltenham Police station on Lansdown Road, to view other recovered cycles in order to try and identify their stolen bike.
If you recognise the bike please contact Gloucestershire Constabulary on 0845 090 1234 with the bike's serial number and as many other details as possible.