Model: Absolute 2.0
Stolen in Portland, OR 97212
Stolen From: Third and Burnside
Owner: Milo Cutts-Carey
Description: My bike, a magenta colored, fairly new, Fuji Absolute, was stolen from a bike lock-up a block North of the Burnside Bridge, parallel to the Eastern side of the Burnside Bridge Skate Park. The lock-up was near a building that looked like it was recently a business but is now abandoned and a movable chain fence. In front (to the East) there is a large empty field and behind are some bushes with a rough trail behind them leading down to a warehouse. My bike is has a grey milk cart attached to a black rack on the back of my bike with hose clamps. On the back of the milk crate there was a ripped and peeling bumper sticker that was green with white letters that read “Recycle Yourself” and had a picture of the recycling emblem. The larger part of the bumper sticker was ready to fall off and I’m not sure if it will still be on the bike or not. There was a black water bottle holder on the lower part of the bike and the chain showed slight signs of rust. Unfortunately, the reason it was stolen was because I had accidentally left my keys in the lock, which means the perpetrator probably still has the lock and key (if it is of any use I can supply you with the extra keys I have). The lock was a black lock with a thick, black, ridged, and bendable wire (for lack of a better term) that ended in a lock that the wire could insert itself into. The lock at the end was covered in black plastic that was slightly chipped at the bottom. A helmet was also with the bike. The helmet was a silver ski-style helmet, not usually used for biking, with yellow designs and various stickers on it. It had a black padded inside that was attached to a white Styrofoam piece that could be pulled out of the helmet. The keys taken with the bike had the bike on them, an old bike key and three other house keys.
Police record with: Portland PB
Police reference#: T10004667
This registrant has documented proof of ownership of this bike