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A MAN who left a baby unattended next to a railway line while he urinated on a seat then stole a bicycle is being hunted by police.PC Chris Jones, who is investigating the incident at Coryton railway station, South Wales, said: “The victim, a 15-year-old boy, locked his mountain bike to a lamppost at the station.
“CCTV enquiries show a man entering the station with a baby in a pushchair.
“A short time later, he urinates on the seats in the waiting shelter before proceeding to rip a bicycle free of its lock. While stealing the bike, the child was left unattended in the pushchair, just a few feet away from the track.
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He stole a bike after leaving the baby unattended“He then finishes a drink he had with him and throws the empty can on the floor before leaving the station with the stolen bike.”
The stolen Saracen mountain bike, which was black and white with front suspension, was worth about £300.
Anyone with information should contact British Transport Police on Freephone 0800 40 50 40.
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This article first appeared on www.express.co.uk
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