A person was hit over the top and had his electrical bike stolen when he was biking to work..
The thief requested for a cigarette and when the sufferer refused he was hit over the top from behind.
The blow triggered the sufferer to fall off his bike and to the ground. The suspect then continued to smack him various occasions earlier than making off with the bike.
It occurred at round 5.24am on Sunday, Could 2 and the thief made off alongside Belmont Highway within the course of Anfield.
The bike stolen was a Silver ROCK electrical bicycle with a black and white battery pack connected.
Merseyside police have now launched a picture of a person who they need to converse to concerning the incident.
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Officers consider the person within the image might have data to help them with their investigation into the aggravated theft.
The sufferer was not significantly harm throughout the incident.
Detective Constable Josh Banks stated: “This was a stunning assault leaving a person injured and we’re decided to search out the individual accountable.
“We consider that the male pictured might have data to assist with our investigations, so if you realize him please come ahead.
“The incident occurred at a significant junction and so when you had been driving within the space on Sunday morning and captured something in your dashcam then please tell us. Any data you share with us may very well be very important in helping us with our investigation.
“If in case you have any data please contact us @MerPolCC on Twitter, ‘Merseyside Police Contact Centre’ on Fb, or 101 with reference 21000280103.
“You can even contact the impartial charity Crimestoppers anonymously, on 0800 555 111 or through their on-line type at: crimestoppers-uk.org/give-information/give-information.”