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Stolen: Schwinn Phantom

Posted by on July 31st, 2006 at 7:25 am

My 1955 Schwin Phantom Replica was stolen from my house. It is red and black with chrome. It has a Black “fuel tank” that functions as a horn and a headlight that runs off D batteries. I had a kryptonite cable lock that was cut in half. It was locked around the frame, back tire, and porch railing. I could have saved $50 on the lock and just left it. I walk to work in the summer and ride during the winter. We pride our selves on being conscious of the impact of too many cars on the road so this SUCKS!!! I filed a police report and then found out 2 hours later that other homes were hit on my street too. This happened at NE 29th and Alberta (exactly NE Emerson).

Thanks

Gabrielle B.

503.236.9515 x113

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