Police appeal for information after Sheffield cyclist suffers two broken arms

Written by Seb McCormick

(Credit: South Yorkshire Police)

A man in his fifties suffered serious injuries after he was allegedly pushed from his bike.

The man was on his way to work on Penistone Road near Shalesmoor Roundabout when, at 9:15am, he fell from his bike and suffered serious injuries including two broken arms and broken teeth.

The cyclist heard another man on a bike approach him from behind and he believes this man pushed him off his bike and onto the ground.

The police officer investigating the case, Steph Sales, reported the injuries in a press release alongside an appeal for more information from the public.

She said: “Our enquiries mean we can now release a CCTV image of a man we would like to speak to about what happened, we think he might have information about the events of that morning.”

The man they are searching for was dressed in all black and wearing a cycling helmet.

If you have any information call 101 using crime reference number 14/55091/21 or submit an online appeal via South Yorkshire Police’s website.

Written by Seb McCormick

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