SF Police Recover 114 Stolen Bikes

SF Bike Thief Arrrested

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    San Francisco police have recovered 114 stolen bikes all connected to an 18-year-old, who was later arrested in connection with several of the thefts.

    In a statement sent Friday, police said Irving Sanchez of San Francisco was arrested May 17 after police found eight stolen bikes in his kitchen. After a further search, police found two storage lockers in the 5200 block of Coliseum Way in Oakland. One locker contained 25 bicycles. The second contained 81.

    Body Found in Pleasanton

    [BAY] Body Found in Pleasanton
    Pleasanton police shut down a portion of Dublin Canyon Thursday afternoon because a dead body was found in the area. (Published Thursday, May 24, 2012)

    Police also recovered 80 bicycle tires and a bicycle frame inside the second locker.

    If you think that your bike was stolen, check out the Ingleside Police Station website, and contact the department at 415-404-4044. Use the number of your bike found on the website to tell police, which bike you're referring to.

    Raw Video: Body Found in Pleasanton

    [BAY] Raw Video: Body Found in Pleasanton
    Pleasanton police shut down a portion of Dublin Canyon Thursday afternoon because a dead body was found in the area. (Published Thursday, May 24, 2012)