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NWPD look for bikes' owner

This Rocky Mountain Flatline is one of four bicycles located by New Westminster police. - NWPD
This Rocky Mountain Flatline is one of four bicycles located by New Westminster police.
— image credit: NWPD

New Westminster police are looking for the owner of four expensive bicycles the department found recently.

The priciest is a red and white Rocky Mountain Flatline worth $4,500. There's also a black Banshee Rune valued at $4,000, a black and blue Norco Shore priced at $2,500 and a blue Transition Dirtbag also pegged at $2,500.

Anyone who can prove ownership should contact Const. Gerald Lau at 604-525-5411. Photos and descriptions, including serial numbers, of the bikes can be found at www.nwpolice.org.

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