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Police seek to reunite bike parts with owner

The Reebok Antic. -
The Reebok Antic.
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If you own a grey Reebok Antic, and are missing a bike tire and hub, Richmond Mounties want to chat with you.

Richmond RCMP Cpl. Stephanie Ashton said on April 2, local police caught a bike thief stealing a bike tire and gear set from a bicycle locked in a rack near the Canada Line station at Brighouse.

Nobody came forward at the time to claim ownership of the bike, but Ashton remains hopeful.

"This might seem like a small item to return in the big scheme of things, but it is always good when property is recovered and returned to its owner."

Anyone with information about the bike, or its owner, is asked to call the Richmond RCMP at 604-278-1212.

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