Recovered by PPB, ID"d in the Bike Index.Mike Bike recovered 11.25.2017
Buyer found out I was the owner by using the Bike Index.Mike Bike recovered 11.25.2017
Recovered by BikeIndex/PPB Bike Theft after someone found it, ID'd it in the Bike Index.Ron Bike recovered 11.24.2017
ID'd and recovered thanks to the Bike Index.Tom Bike recovered 11.24.2017
Someone found on the street, and located us via the Bike Index!Stephanie Bike recovered 11.24.2017
Recovered with Bike Index assistance.Bike Index Bike recovered 11.24.2017
Saw a guy with it on the street. Used the Bike Index to show the cops it was mine (serial #).Brooks Bike recovered 11.22.2017
Though police intervention and local pawn shop cooperation. Thank you Bryan at the Bike Index for watching and noticed a connection..via a pawn shop.Lillian Bike recovered 11.17.2017
Awesome job ... USA Pawn checked the Bike Index immediately, determined that it was probably my daughter's bike (the serial # was off by one character) and managed to get the seller to abandon it.Bryan Bike recovered 11. 7.2017
It was for sale at the Laney College Flea Market. An excellent person named Tom spotted it and contacted us via Bike Index.Grant Bike recovered 11. 5.2017
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