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Brown Raleigh Sprite 1972

Posted by on June 7th, 2010 at 3:04 pm

Year: 1972
Brand: Raleigh
Model: Sprite
Stolen in Portland, OR 97227
Stolen From: The intersection of N Mississippi Ave and N Failing St in front of the Tupelo Alley apartment building.
Neighborhood: Mississippi
Owner: Marc Dyer
Reward: A six pack or a couple of tacos. Both are served with smiles and hugs.
Description: Has a bell on the right side of the handlebars. There is a rack on the back with fold-out baskets. The rack has two stickers: a green “Buy Organic” and “Metolious” – the metolious is black with a small picture of a rock climber. The wheels are out of true, the brakes handles are old and loose, and the left crankarm has a loose codder pin which results in a rhythmic squeak when it is ridden.
This registrant has documented proof of ownership of this bike

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