Bike recovered by a Gresham bike shop over one year after theft, ID'd on the Bike Index.David Bike recovered 1. 4.2018
A Bike Index community member found the bike in Seattle. They were very kind to look it up and hold it for us for recovery.Inderpreet Bike recovered 1. 3.2018
Someone spotted an ad on OfferUp, cross-checked with Bike Index, and found that it was listed as stolen. The person alerted me to the ad. Then the thief/seller responded to a meetup through OfferUp.Tom Bike recovered 12.31.2017
Recovered by PPB, ID'd on the Bike Index.Trenton Bike recovered 12.31.2017
received a phone call tonight from the Renton police. They were able to recover my bike from two men trying to sell it at a local pawn shop. The shop owner used the Bike Index to match the serial number!Marjorie Bike recovered 12.31.2017
Found by PPB, ID'd in the Bike Index.Bryan Bike recovered 12.30.2017
Found by CCSO officers and returned via the Bike Index.John Bike recovered 12.30.2017
Someone bought it off the street, looked up the serial number, found my post on the Bike Index and returned it to me.Tiffany Bike recovered 12.30.2017
Because of the Bike Index and the amazing people of PDX and the PDX police my bike was recovered and the thief was arrested. Thanks for all you do!Vanessa Bike recovered 12.30.2017
Good Samaritan turned it into the police and then checked the Bike Index and called me!Chris Bike recovered 12.18.2017
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