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Saturday, May 26, 2012

Large Stolen Bicycle Cache Recovered

If you know anyone if the SF Bay Area who lost a bicycle, you might point them over to the SFPD's Ingleside Station site - Over 115 stolen bikes were recently recovered. Photos of bikes have been posted.

See here for details:
(images of bicycles have been compiled)!__bike-recovery

from Captain Daniel Mahoney, Ingleside Police Department:

"First of all--hope everyone has a happy and safe Memorial Day weekend.

Please be advised that as a result of more excellent investigative work on the part of Sergeant Josh Kumli, we have recovered over 115 bicycles from a residence in the Bayview and two storage lockers in Oakland.

I have all the recovered bicycles posted on the ingleside website and if anyone can find/identify their bike, I would like to return it to them. If you can advise your community groups, that would be great.
So - check out the images and spread the word!

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