Amy Stump

Cincinnati, OH

#2 Apr 30, 2008
Thank you for the info. I did not know this was going on. Has it been in the paper? This needs to get out to every resident.
uci resident

Cincinnati, OH

#3 Apr 30, 2008
Several bikes are being abandoned at area apartment complexes. One of the bikes on the Sav-a-Lot bulletin was recovered by Lincolndale apts yesterday
Hound

Maineville, OH

#5 May 6, 2008
I spoke with one of the officers and he was telling me that it is a bit of a problem. He said everyone is buying there bikes at wal-mart and everyones bikes is the same as the next guy's. Which makes it hard to identify your specific bike. You can write down the serial number an it is recorded in a book at the city building.
oku812

Cincinnati, OH

#6 May 6, 2008
we have had 2 bikes stolen from our property, we found out who took the last bike, but the kid didn't get into any trouble over it, he did however return the bike, it was hard to ride again...seeing how it was in 2 pieces. That was last summer, since then, I make sure to keep all papers that come with the bike, and make sure to register the serial #, I didn't the first time around, and the kid who took our bike, knew enough to scratch the # out, I think he knew what he was doing.
Hound

Maineville, OH

#7 May 11, 2008
Maybe try taking a center punch and make a design somewhere on the bike that is unique to you. If the mark is deep enough it would take several coats of paint to cover it. You could then report the design and the thief would not think anything of it.
dang it

Maineville, OH

#8 May 14, 2008
I got a brilliant idea, if you dont want your huffy to get jacked by the local hoodlums why not try locking it up? do you leave your car unlocked with the keys in it?
Too easy

Maineville, OH

#9 May 14, 2008
Locking up a bike????? That makes too much sense and would be too easy. Someone might have to make an effort to do something for themselves instead of blaming everyone else for their stupidity and problems. It would mean taking responsibility for one's actions.
punks

Columbus, OH

#10 Sep 4, 2012
Here we are 4months later and they are still stealing. Not sure if its the same kids but I know who is doing it now. Off to jail they go!
oh wow

Cleveland, OH

#11 Sep 12, 2012
i lock my kids bikes up it is common sense to keep them locked up if u do not want them stolen
so u know

United States

#12 Oct 23, 2012
Drew morrison & travis chesney are the 2 stealing, they soon will have a trial:)
duh

Dayton, OH

#13 Jan 7, 2013
lol its a damm bike put them in the house or garage, and should prolly lock ur house up to and ur garage
Dave David Davidson

Cincinnati, OH

#14 Jan 15, 2013
I've had a nicer, non-walmart bike for like, 5 years now, and it hasn't been stolen yet, what gives lol?
Lacie

Cleveland, OH

#15 Jan 21, 2013
This town is full of thieves lock it up or it will walk away

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