Bicycle stolen

Two bicycles worth around €1,800 have been stolen from a garage at the northern end of Oberursel.

The bicycles were taken in the Friedländerstraße some time between 9.30am on Wednesday, 2nd August, 2017 and 7.25am the following day.

One was a children’s bicycle, the other was a “Cube” mountain bike.

Police would like witnesses to call them on 06171 62400.

Yet another bicycle stolen in Oberstedten

Yet another bicycle was stolen in Oberstedten, this time between 8pm on Tuesday, 1st August and 9.10am on Wednesday, 2nd August, 2017.

The “Cube” mountain bike was locked up on private property in the Lärchenweg.

Another bicycle stolen in Oberstedten

A black “Merida” mountain bike was stolen sometime between 9.30am and 4pm from the Häuserstraße in Oberstedten on Monday, 31st July, 2017.

The bicycle, work several hundred Euros, was locked up on private property.

Again, police would like witnesses to call them on 06171 62400.

 

Bicycles stolen in Oberstedten

A pair of thieves have stolen three mountain bikes from Oberstedten.  The bikes, made by “Cube” and in a blue and white design, were in the “Alter Weg” and the pair were seen entering the grounds of the property between 1.30am and 2am on Saturday, 22nd July, 2017.

One of the thieves had a light top on with a hood and was carrying a should bag.  The other wore a dark jacket with light-coloured trousers.

Police would like other witnesses to call them on 06171 62400.

Mountain Bike and Scooter stolen from car park

Thieves have been at work in the car park in the Holzweg.  The owners of a red and white Yamaha scooter (worth around €5,000) and a black and blue Cube mountain bike (worth around €800) left locked up their bikes in the underground car park at around 9.15pm on Saturday, 22nd July, 2017.

When they returned on Sunday to collect them on Sunday afternoon they were missing.

Police are asking for anyone with information to call them on 06171 62400.

E-Bikes stolen from garden

Three thieves gained access a property in the Münzenburgstraße in Gonzenheim on Saturday, 15th July, 2017 at 3.20am.  Although a property was protected by a gate, the key to the gate was in the lock.

Once inside, they removed a white E-Bike and a blue and white mountain bike.  Although the E-Bike had a lock, neither of the bicycles was locked up.

The owner of the property heard the noises and made the thieves aware of his presence, after which they left with the bicycles but left two other bicycles behind in the process that are now with Oberursel’s police.

The stolen bicycles are worth about €2,800 together.

 

Police would like anyone with information to call them on 06171 62400

Attempt to steal mountain bikes from car roof

Thieve attempted to steal two valuable mountain bikes that were attached to the roof of a car in the Berliner Straße on Sunday, 2nd July, 2017 sometime between midnight an 10am.
The roof-rack carrying the bikes had a locking mechanism which the thieves were unable to open, but they caused about 500 Euros of damage to the car by scratching it in the attempt.
Police in Oberursel ask anyone who saw anything to call them on 06171 62400.

Bicycle shop broken into

A bicycle shop in the Holzweg was broken into in the early hours of last Monday morning when someone broke the shop window with a hammer and stole the mountain bike that was at the front of the display.

A witness approached the thief who then proceeded to ride towards the witness.  The two collided, the witness being hurting their arm.  The thief then left the bicycle behind and ran off in the direction of the old town.

He is described as slim, of Mediterranean appearance, around 16 to 18 years old and approximately 1.65m tall. He was wearing a black jumper with back tracksuit trousers.

Cyclist attacked between Oberhöchstadt and Oberursel

On Monday, 15th October, 2012 at around 2.45pm, a 46 year old woman from Oberhöchstadt was cycling along the cycle path from the “Waldsiedlung” towards Oberursel on her mountain bike, when she noticed a man on a mountain bike approaching her from behind.

When he was level with her, he grabbed the strap of her rucksack so hard, that she fell to the ground and injured herself.  The man continued to pull on the rucksack and once he had pulled it free he fled towards Stierstadt.

The man is described as follows: North African appearance, 20-25 years old, slim, 175-180cm tall, short dark hair and a long nose.  He was wearing a black jacket with a hood, faded blue jeans and white trainers.  His mountain bike was blue and red with large letters on the frame.

The rucksack contained over €200 in cash, ID card and a monthly RMV ticket.

Anyone who can help the police is asked to call Oberursel 06171 6240-0.

Cycling up the Feldberg in aid of Children with Cancer

Radeln auf den Grossen Feldberg 2012 FlyerTomorrow (Sunday, 9th September, 2012) will see a group of cyclists make their way up the Feldberg in order to raise money for “Hilfe für krebskranke Kinder Frankfurt e.V.” (help for children with cancer in Frankfurt).

With around 300 people expected to take part, there are three routes – by bicycle via the Kanonenstraße, or by mountain bike or on foot through the woods.

Anyone wishing to take part should be at the Taunus Information Centre at the Hohemark between 8.30am and 10am to register.  To take part a donation of at least €15 is requested.  Refreshments will be available at around the half-way stage with a barbecue being held at the finish.

There will also be a tombola with prizes ranging from a week in a 5 star hotel in Egypt to cycling accessories – the total value of which is over €8,000.

For more information in English visit www.feldberg-radeln.de/english/

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