Have You Seen This Bike?

Somebody stole JimBeam’s bike! It’s a 58cm Olmo, like the one pictured above but a more burnished orange, and “has some rust on the piece connecting from the pedals to the back wheel.” The crime took place here in the neighborhood between 7 and 8pm on Friday night. Be on the lookout! Link.

Photo courtesy of Kettenlinie Coeln.

8 Responses to “Have You Seen This Bike?”

  1. Plug1 says:

    my neighbors bike got stolen last weekend from Pot Hill.

  2. daver says:

    what streets was it stolen from? was it left outside overnight? Bike thieves suck. Check the flea markets and civic center for a crack head needing 10 bucks.

  3. jimbeam says:

    It was stolen from 26th street near Dolores. The bike was inside, on my landing, not visible from the street. I live in a 4 unit building and the bike was stolen between 7pm and 8pm. I was home and didn’t hear anyone get buzzed in.

    I am thinking it might be the people who’d been working on the back deck.

  4. Clark says:

    Bike theft is way out of control in the Mission!

    Maybe the cops will do something about it…NOT!!!

    Bike theft is a felony. I guess the SFPD ddn’t get their donuts today.

  5. jennysue says:

    that is frustrating! have you asked the people in the unit?

  6. jimbeam says:

    Yeah, no one saw anything or had any people over. Only 5 of us live in the building, but it is really, really strange.

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