Unique bike stolen from Cyclepath

by Rachael Kimola – Castanet
Nov 13, 2010 / 10:00 am

A very unique bike has been stolen from a Kelowna business.

Two thieves broke into the Cyclepath store just before midnight on November 10.

RCMP staff Sergeant Bob Rueter says they stole a yellow Aaron Ross BMX bike and a white Fox 40 fork.

"The total value of the bike is about $2,000 and the fork is worth about $2,300," says Rueter.

He says they don’t have a good description of the two suspects.

"One was wearing a white sweater, the other a red sweater and a black hat."

Officials at Cyclepath say the stolen bike was very unique.

"It is the only one we brought in, and unless someone has purchased it elsewhere, it will be the only one in the Kelowna area," say store officials in an email to Castanet.

They say the bike has blue rims and handle bars.

Anyone with information is asked to call police.

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