By Tarvin Webteam - 4th February 2017 6:00am
Ryan Reid, PCSO, is looking to find a couple who turned up at the Tarvin Community Centre on Thursday to register their bikes but found the door locked!
Ryan was holding one of his regular local surgeries in the Main Hall, and unbeknown to him, a Centre-user group had assumed they were the last to leave and had locked the door. Ryan would now like the couple to get in direct touch with him and he will come around to their house to complete the registration process.
Ryan can be contacted by email on email@example.com
The Community Centre Committee and Ryan will be putting some procedures in place to make sure that this oversite doesn't happen again.
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