TWO bikes belonging to NHS staff have been stolen from outside a hospital during the past week.

Police say two bikes were taken from outside Ysbyty Glan Clwyd in Bodelwyddan as staff continue to work hard in the fight against coronavirus.

The first to be stolen was a red, white and silver Boardman bike, which was reported on Tuesday, May 5, as the owner worked at the hospital during the day.

The second - a white and grey hybrid bike, with a brown leather seat, was reported stolen on Monday, also from outside the hospital.

A statement from North Wales Police's community safety team read: "There has been another theft of a pedal cycle at Glan Clwyd Hospital, whilst the staff member was working.

"Please ring 101 if you have any information and quote Y064666. Thank you"

A spokesman for Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, said: "This is the last thing our hard-working staff need as they deal with the unprecedented challenge of COVID-19."