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Old July 26th 05, 07:50 AM
Dominik B Loeffler
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Default Trek 4900 bike stolen, $100 reward

Hi all,

my bicycle was stolen from the GLC (Graduate Living Center, 10th street,
Georgia Tech, Atlanta) front bike rack.
This was on Friday, July 22nd, between 7:30pm and 9:45pm.
It is a Trek 4900, black/blue.

Picture of this beautiful bike:
http://www.trekbikes.com/images/bike...arge/49002.jpg

If you have seen anything suspicious, or if you see someone riding this
not very common bicycle, or if someone wants to sell you the bike,
please help me and call

678-200-8209 or email or

For any hint that results in the capturing of the thief I will be glad
to pay $100 of reward.

Dominik.

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Old July 26th 05, 04:01 PM
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Chances are, it has already been repainted, either by can or brush.
Please list any disinguishing features/components on the bike. Any
suspension/aftermarket parts/bars/stem/rims/etc? Been there, got
****ed, learned lesson (everything gets locked or carried with me).
Good luck on retrieving your steed.

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Old July 27th 05, 10:06 PM
Dominik B Loeffler
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unfortunately, the bike is just as is when you get it from the retailer,
except for a u-lock holder which replaced the bottle holder. some
scratches and cracks at the rear sides of the saddle, and some paint
chipped off on the left side of the topmost bar of the frame which is
also not very obvious.

Dominik.

sideshowhaas wrote:

Chances are, it has already been repainted, either by can or brush.
Please list any disinguishing features/components on the bike. Any
suspension/aftermarket parts/bars/stem/rims/etc? Been there, got
****ed, learned lesson (everything gets locked or carried with me).
Good luck on retrieving your steed.

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