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A Texas man is apparently facing an uphill climb to get to the stolen bike, the claim of a Houston police officer, he just needs to “pay” for the trip, a report said on Tuesday.
Mario Perez had been driving his black-and-grey jamis mountain Renegade and Exile, cycling to work after the loss of the vehicle during the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey in 2017, KHOU-TV reported.
Perez said that the bike was stolen on Saturday night from his second-floor terrace. When the pop-up for sale in the app has to Offer,” he reported it to the police.
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Perez, the police brought pictures for sale-ad pictures of his bike, and the proof of purchase along with the vendor’s name and address. However, when the police escorted him to the address, he demanded that the officer was not very helpful.
“If you can get him to bring the bike back, it might be for him to pay for it,” Perez claimed to be the official said. Perez told the station he didn’t want to go back to buying their own home. The Renegade Exile, will sell for $899, according to the jamis mountain Bike.
The jamis mountain Renegade and Exile, will sell for $899, according to the jamis mountain Bikes’ website.
The seller, however, is a man who, apparently, bought the bike, and the officer spoke to him.
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“I don’t want to hear what’s going on, but (the officer) said, ‘Really? $180? You’ve got a really good deal,'” Perez claims to be the official said. “I’m confused as to why she’s saying this, and I hope there is a kind of cop-psych out what’s going on. She hands me the phone) wants to be, you know, just something about him, and she says that she has to leave.”
The Houston Police Department is investigating Perez’s claims, as well as looking into the officer’s actions, the station reported. Detectives told the station they are going to have to find the stolen bike and the people involved.
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Cyclists will be able to take several actions in the direction of getting their stolen bikes back, including circulating photos of the bike and the serial number, according to Bicycling Magazine. After reporting the theft to the police, the sheet says it can be registered on the national bike registry, such as the 529 Garage, the local registers.
In order to help prevent the theft of the journal, suggests, invest in a bike lock that requires power tools to break, and the wrapping of the string around the wheels and on the frame.