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  • Yesterday, April 10, 2014 our bikes were stolen off our entry patio on the 2nd floor of our home. I can't exactly describe how I feel but biggest emotion is, disappointment. I was planning on having it all tuned up this week so that I can start to ride it to the light rail, and take that to work in the morning and afternoon to save on gas cost(s) but sometime between when I left at 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. Someone decided to walk up our private stairway to our patio and take our bikes that were laying down and not visible whatsoever.

    I'm grateful they didn't take my bbq or patio chairs but I'm completely dumbfounded at whom may have seen them to take them. We moved them in at night and only had the out in hopes to have them tuned up the next day. The only other individuals beside myself and my boyfriend who have been on the patio is that of the people who drop off menus. Now, I hate to point fingers but in my mind I can't help but think that one of those kids stopped by dropped off a menu saw the bikes and came back to snag them.

    Sadly, I don't have any pictures of my boyfriend, Chris' bike but mine is pictured.

    Description:
    Pink Paul Frank Nirve Bike with white wall tires, black basket, white handles that were a little dirty, black seat that had a small scratch tear. Where the seat raises the bolts are rusty. And it has a kickstand with a broken off bike bell on the right handle- just the bottom half of what was a bell remained.

    If for any reason this reaches an audience of people in Tempe, Arizona. I would greatly appreciate you keep your eyes out and spread the word. I really want my bike back. :(
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