Fremont Police Recover 26 Stolen Bicycles

By NBC Bay Area Staff and Wires
|  Sunday, May 11, 2014  |  Updated 3:55 AM PDT
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Fremont Police Recover 26 Stolen Bicycles

Fremont Police Department via Facebook

Fremont police are trying to unite 26 bicycles with their owners.

Fremont police are working to reunite 26 found bicycles with bike's owners.

On April 24, police responded to a residence on the 39700 block of Costa Way to recover bicycles a previous tenant left behind.

Police said it is likely the bicycles were stolen.

The bicycles have been transported to the Fremont Police Department and pictures of the bicycles have been posted on the department's Facebook page.

The department is asking owners of recently stolen bicycles to visit their Facebook page to view the bicycles and to contact Community Service Officer Jodi Goralczyk at Jgoralczyk@fremont.gov if a stolen bicycle matches one held by the police department.

 Bay City News contributed to this report.


 

 

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