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This story initially appeared on Hoodline.com

The Mission’s Field Canine Bikes was burglarized final night time, which resulted within the lack of practically the entire worker-owned bicycle store’s stock, in accordance an nameless tip from a Hoodline reader.

Geoffrey Colburn, one of many homeowners of the store, obtained a name from police earlier this morning after a neighbor referred to as SFPD, in accordance with a report by SF Weekly.

“One after the other they bought 21 bikes,” he instructed the paper. “It is fairly ugly.”

It seems that the thieves lower a small gap within the steel gate that protects the store’s entrance doorways and home windows, permitting for a roughly one-foot opening to get in and squeeze the bikes out. Moreover, the tempered-glass of the entrance door has been shattered.

Whereas the enterprise has insurance coverage that will make Field Canine Bikes entire once more, the store is hoping to recuperate the remaining bicycles. “Should you see any of those bikes on the streets, please name 911,” reads a message posted to Field Canine Bike’s Instagram. “Most of those bikes haven’t got pedals, so, it is gonna be exhausting to experience them,” the message provides.

A listing of the stolen bikes’ makes, fashions and sizes are additionally listed on the enterprise’ Instagram for these looking out.

The enterprise will stay closed all day Thursday for cleanup and a police investigation, nevertheless, Colburn instructed the Weekly that the store hopes to be again in enterprise tomorrow for buyer repairs and tune-ups.

This story initially appeared on Hoodline.com


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