Expensive Bike Thefts Rampant; Registry Backed

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http://www.enquirer.com/editions/2003/10/15/loc_bikethefts.html Police in Hamilton, Ohio, received reports of 168 bicycles stolen through September this year. They recovered 94. But they were able to find owners for just two bikes. The Cincinnati Enquirer says that police across the nation have problems reuniting owners with bicycles - many of which cost hundreds of dollars - that are recovered after being stolen. One of the few who recovered a $600 stolen bike in Hamilton supports a National Bike Registry to help return . . .

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