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July 6: New on the Stolen Bike Listing

New Avenir Red Folding Bike (Bloor & Bathurst)

I bought the bike at Bathurst Cycle at 2 pm this afternoon (Sun. July 5, 2009) and it was stolen locked up outside Sushi on Bloor (Bloor east of Bathurst) less than 30 minutes later.

I am suspicious that it was an inside job done by the bike store. Sold me a crappy lock and then someone followed me. When I went back to Bathurst Cycle they were so unsympathetic it made me cry.

I have reported it stolen to the police.
*Make :AVENIR- FOLDING BIKE
* Model: Avenir 6 speed folding bike
* Colour:RED
* General Description (especially any unique characteristics): BRAND NEW – ridden for 5 min
* Date of Theft: Sunday, July 5, 2009
* Location of Theft (intersection or specific address) – outside Sushi on Bloor, Bloor Street East of Bathurst
* City (if somewhere in the GTA other than Toronto)
* Attaching a photo of your bike (if you have one) would be very useful too!
Picture:
http://www.fisherb2b.com/assets/product_images/500×500/DNKC072.jpg

Grey Gary Fischer ‘Tarpon’ (Bellwoods Ave.)

Stolen off the front porch. Left it unlocked for 5ish minutes to run inside the house ‚Äď came back and it was gone.
Time: sometime around 5:55pm and 6:10pm Saturday July 4th
Place: Bellwoods Ave, halfway between Queen & Dundas
Make: Light grey / dark grey Gary Fischer ‘Tarpon’
It was about 5 years old, paint chipped, black gel-style seat with rip, giant black un-cuttable chain lock was still attached to frame & seat post (good luck getting that thing off!!), 2 black fenders, black bell, red Bell helmet was stolen too.

Please let me know if you see it!! Thank you!!

26″ cobalt blue Diamondback (Yonge & Dundas)

Make: Diamondback
Color: Cobalt blue (looks purple)
Description: Stolen without a seat. The lock was gray with a 4 digit code.
Date of theft: July 3rd between 2-3:30PM
Location of theft: Yonge-Dundas Square next to parking garage elevator

It’s brand new, just received as a birthday gift so there are not distinguishing marks at all.


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