Bicycles stolen from Sooke home

The thefts occurred sometime in the late evening hours of Aug. 18, or early morning of July 19

  • Aug. 26, 2015 11:00 a.m.

Sooke RCMP are investigating the theft of four bikes from a residence on Charlene Place.

The thefts occurred sometime in the late evening hours of Aug. 18, or early morning of July 19.

The bikes are described as a 2003 Cannondale 29-er F1, black and silver, Lefe shock absorbers; 2001 Cannondale Volvo, racing carbon; 2001 Cannondale racing bike, Belt 1, silver in color; and 2001 Cannondale Bent 2, blue in colour,.

The 2001 Cannondale Racing Volvo bike, a particularly rare model, has a recognizable indent on the upper part of its frame. The silver recumbent Cannondale bike is also customized.

 

 

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