Appeal after bike theft

A team of cyclists from the Gounds Maintenace department at Lancaster City Council were waved off on their cycle ride from Morecambe to Bridlington by Mayor of Lancaster coun June Ashworth. Cycling the Way of the Roses are, Tony Bolsover, Gary Johnson, Amie McAvoy, Damon Parkinson, Salvetore Lebaldi, Neil Morris, driver Phil Christianson and Mark Davies.
A team of cyclists from the Gounds Maintenace department at Lancaster City Council were waved off on their cycle ride from Morecambe to Bridlington by Mayor of Lancaster coun June Ashworth. Cycling the Way of the Roses are, Tony Bolsover, Gary Johnson, Amie McAvoy, Damon Parkinson, Salvetore Lebaldi, Neil Morris, driver Phil Christianson and Mark Davies.
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A young apprentice who took part in a charity cycle ride has had his bike stolen.

Salvatore Lebaldi, 19, who works for Lancaster City Council, has now been left without transport to work.

He said: “It was my pride and joy and the best thing I’d ever invested in.

“Cycling was an occupation I really enjoyed and I’m really disappointed I haven’t got that now.”

The bike was aroad bike in black and yellow with white handlebars which cost £350. It was locked to a bar in the back garden of a house on Clarence Street in Lancaster when it was stolen sometime between 7am and 4pm on Thursday, September 19, police said.Call 101.