I'd like to know whether it is possible to identify the sphere bundle arising as follow:

Let $\xi \colon BD_{2n}\to BU(1)$ the complex line bundle corresponding to the element $y^2 \in H^2(D_{2n};\Bbb Z) \cong \Bbb Z_2\langle x^2,y^2\rangle$ (we assume $n=0 \pmod{4}$ and $D_{2n}$ is the dihedral group of order $2n$).

Let $q\colon S(\xi) \to BD_{2n}$ be the sphere bundle of $\xi$. It's easy to see that it's a Eilenberg MacLane space $K(G,1)$ where $G$ sits in the following s.e.s. $$0 \to \Bbb Z \to G \to D_{2n} \to 0$$ which arises from the following piece of l.e.s. of a fibration $$0 \to \pi_2(\Bbb CP^{\infty}) \to \pi_1(S(\xi)) \xrightarrow{\pi_1(q)} \pi_1(BD_{2n}) \to 0$$ I'd like to identify such $G$. The Serre exact sequence in homology (integer coefficient) gives us the following exact sequence:

Since it's know that $H_2(BD_{2n})\cong \Bbb Z_2$, we have that $H_2(BU(1))\hookrightarrow H_1(S(\xi))$ which means that the exact sequence gives us $$0 \to \Bbb Z \to H_1(S(\xi)) \to \Bbb Z_2 \oplus \Bbb Z_2 \to 0$$

which implies that $H_1(S(\xi))$ cannot be a finite abelian group. In particular we already have that that $G \neq D_{\infty}$ since $H_1(D_{\infty})=ab(D_{\infty})=\Bbb Z_2\oplus \Bbb Z_2$.

From the exact sequence retrieved by the dual Blakers Massey Theorem (see here, in our case the base space is $1$-connected and the map is $1$-connected)

I was able to retrive this informations: $H^1(S(\xi);\Bbb Z)\cong \Bbb Z$, the boundary map $\delta \colon H^1(S(\xi);\Bbb Z) \to H^2(\Bbb C P^{\infty})$ is multiplication by $2$ and $H^2(S(\xi);\Bbb Z)\cong \Bbb Z_2$ since I know explicitly the map $H^2(BU(1))\to H^2(BD_{2n})$.

Is there a way to identify such $G$ completely?