Woman cyclist’s bike stolen after she was left unconscious following Brisley crash

A woman's bike was stolen after she was knocked off by a mystery vehicle on a village road.

The collision happened while woman, who is in her 20s, was cycling towards Brisley along Fludge's Lane between 6pm and 6.10pm on July 10.

When she was approximately half a mile from the village she heard a vehicle approach and so moved towards the verge, but was knocked from her bike and lost consciousness.

After the woman came round, she found her bike and the vehicle that collided with her had gone.

She suffered bruising and was taken to hospital.

The bike is described as a blue and silver mans Apollo Excel mountain bike with dual suspension, 18 gears and a seat cover on the saddle.

Any witnesses should contact PC Marcus Wall at Dereham Safer Neighbourhood Team on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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