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May312017

Stolen... Be on the Lookout

The Fuso pictured above is owned by Richard Salinas of Ontario, California. It is a 56 cm. frame, serial number 190. It was stolen from an apartment communial garage last Sunday 28th May. 

Please be on the lookout, especaily in the Inland Empire (South East of LA.) area. The frame is a pretty distictive one. One of a kind if my memory serves me.

The Blue/Red paint was one reserved fo a bike store called Two Wheel Transit Autority, a huge store that was once in Huntigton Beach, CA. The store closed its doors in the late 1980s. They sold a lot of Fuso frames and bikes over the years.

This particular one was built for the owner of the store who requested something distinctive. I placed random white stars on the bottom blue portion of the frame.

This should make it easy to spot and difficult to sell. If anyone has info, please either contact Richad via his FB liknk above, or comment here or contact me via the email link on the right column of this page.

Footnote: If ever your bike is stolen file a police report. I have been told on good autority that the police often recover stolen bikes, but then have no record to get it back to its owner. Also if the bike is sold, and it could change hands several times, then the original owner has a problem proving ownership. File a report, its worth the effort.

 

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Hoping that the widespread DM owner's community can help Richard get his bike back. Like others, I will be keeping an eye on Craigslist listings etc.

June 2, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterMartin W

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