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    Stolen Bike!

    My 2012 Santa Cruz TRc was stolen last night in Boise Idaho. I am posting here in case someone takes it out of state. Full shimano XT components and Kenda nevagal tires, here is a picture. Thanks
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    Search Face Book, there are a couple of pages dedicated to stolen bikes, including a utah one, find them and post it there too, I am sure that will help the message travel fast.

    Sorry for the loss its a sick rig! Hopefully it gets back in your hands in the same condition it left.
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    Thanks, while I am not on facebook I do have friends from work who are and they have posted a notice for me. It is a great bike and I feel just devastated. Riding is my passion. sigh.......
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    Man that sucks! My bike (Gary Fisher Paragon 29er, XO setup) got stolen in May from the Tanner building at BYU. Luckily I had the serial number and the D-bag was stupid enough to pawn my bike that same day right down the street. The serial came up in the system and my bike got recovered, the guy is now on the hook for grand theft and behind bars. First court date coming up soon. Hope justice serves you as well as me.
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    I would keep an eye on the ksl classifieds as well, stuff sells pretty fast there. I just bought a bike off there, the deal was so good I called the police to make sure it wasn't stolen. Not to mention she had no idea what she was selling, who doesn't know they are selling a high end bike?? Well it's high end to me, probably nothing special to all the hard cores.

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