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South Okanagan Crime of the Week

A $3,000 mountain bike was stolen from an industrial area in Penticton.

A $3,000 mountain bike was stolen from an industrial area in Penticton on the night of March 15.

The bike is specialized racing style with a mono-shock rear end, upgraded “888” front shocks and serial #PC 281186.

The custom paint job changes from green to purple depending on the angle.

Anyone with information on the location of the bike is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477(TIPS) or visit the South Okanagan Crime Stoppers website for other anonymous ways to give information.

 

 

 

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