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Bikes stolen from garage last night

Subscriber Post by rmkmanny on March 28th, 2017 at 4:31 pm

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Bikes stolen from our garage last night 3/27/17

1) A Trek 1000, red-white-and blue, with red wrapped drop handle bars.
2) A Specialized Sirius, mat dark silver grey, with flat bars and bar end grips

Unfortunately, no recorded serial numbers or gps.

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Bryan Hance (The Bike Index)

If you can reach out to the shop(s) where you bought these bikes, they may have the serials on file. Always worth a try.

And (as I mentioned on Facebook) be sure to monitor and – these ‘local sales apps’ are where thieves are unloading tons of bikes these days.

Alex Reedin
Alex Reedin

What part of town do you live in? It may make sense for people who live in the area to keep an especially watchful eye out. Some thieves are more opportunistic and/or less mobile than others.

Justin M
Justin M

So sorry to read this. It’s just terrible how many bikes are stolen from people’s garages/sheds/backyards, etc. Most people I know who have had their bikes stolen have had them taken right off their own property. I always advise people that if you can’t bring your bikes into the house, to install bike security in your garage. Kryptonite and a number of other companies make products that are rated gold by Sold Secure for locking up in your garage.