3 x Stolen bikes, Queenscliff 2096

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rd0401
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3 x Stolen bikes, Queenscliff 2096

Postby rd0401 » Thu Nov 03, 2011 4:40 pm

Hi, I had 3 bikes stolen on 27 Oct 11, a Giant Trance X3 (GS121085), an EMC R1.6 equipe blue/white (E210G38F0019) and a Felt B12 TT bike with black and red bar fizik bar tape, carbon torpedo bottle mount, 105 pedals, Favourite Cycles sticker on the down tube, garmin cadence transmitter and mount, 3 x cateye lights front and back, Flash Point 60 wheels. If you see any of these bikes can you please contact Dee Why police (Constable Male) on (02)9971 3399 event number E46620451.

Thanks.

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Re: 3 x Stolen bikes, Queenscliff 2096

Postby AUbicycles » Tue Nov 08, 2011 11:44 pm

sorry to hear that. good work in reporting - and hope they find their way back home.

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Re: 3 x Stolen bikes, Queenscliff 2096

Postby trailgumby » Tue Nov 08, 2011 11:50 pm

rd0401 wrote:Hi, I had 3 bikes stolen on 27 Oct 11, a Giant Trance X3 (GS121085), an EMC R1.6 equipe blue/white (E210G38F0019) and a Felt B12 TT bike with black and red bar fizik bar tape, carbon torpedo bottle mount, 105 pedals, Favourite Cycles sticker on the down tube, garmin cadence transmitter and mount, 3 x cateye lights front and back, Flash Point 60 wheels. If you see any of these bikes can you please contact Dee Why police (Constable Male) on (02)9971 3399 event number E46620451.

Thanks.

Go visit the local pawn shops. Hopefully it was someone stupid like a junkie after their next fix, and they were more concerned about the cash than hiding their tracks. Are you a member of nobmob? You could try posting there. Photos would be helpful.

Also, I notice you have a Garmin. Did by any chance you happen to publish any ride tracks on Garmin Connect that just happened to show where you live? It's a common mistake that a lot of people make, and an easy way for a tech savvy thief to find his next high value target.
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