8 Men Charged in $1.5 Million Mountain Bike Shop Burglary Criminal Ring Investigation

Nov 22, 2021
by James Smurthwaite  
Photo: Boulder Cycle Sport / Facebook. Source.

8 men have been indicted on 227 counts for allegedly committing a series of crimes including bike shop burglaries and multiple attempted burglaries and thefts in Colorado.

The crimes were carried out during the COVID-19 pandemic from December 2019 until June 2020 with the total value of the stolen vehicles, stolen property, and property damage coming to $1.5 million with the approximate value of the stolen bikes at $985,000.

The robberies focussed on high-end mountain bikes and it's believed that in total 29 bike shops were raided in the spree. The Colorado Attorney General describes how the burglaries were planned on Facebook Messenger with the individuals operating in groups of up to four to steal either a box truck or van and ram it into the front doors or windows of a bicycle shop, or break the front windows with large landscaping rocks or other tools. After grabbing the bikes, they transferred the stolen goods to another individual for suspected transport out of the country before abandoning the vehicle used in the burglary and fleeing in a second stolen vehicle. One break-in saw $90,000 worth of mountain bikes stolen within five minutes.

The shops that were targeted include: Giant Cycling World in Littleton (hit four times), Totally Wired Cyclery in Fraser (hit twice in 10 days), Boulder Cycle Sport in Boulder, Redstone Cyclery in Lyons, and Cenna Custom Cycles in Longmont.

Attorney General Weiser said, "Working with our law enforcement partners, we broke up this multi-layered criminal enterprise that harmed several businesses and nonprofit organizations in the mountain communities and Denver metro and Boulder areas. We will hold these individuals to account for their actions and harm they caused to the victims and our communities."

Michael Dougherty, Boulder County District Attorney, said: “From speaking with bike store owners, I know that these break-ins and thefts have caused significant harm for the victims and our communities. This indictment is the direct result of a united, tireless effort to bring down a multi-jurisdictional theft operation. The District Attorney’s Office appreciates our strong partnerships with the Boulder Police Department, FBI, and the Attorney General’s Office. Our office remains committed to ensuring that the individuals involved in these property crimes are held fully responsible for their actions. I want to thank Attorney General Weiser for putting together this team effort and fighting for community safety."

Photo: Boulder Cycle Sport / Facebook. Source.

The defendants (Kevin Acosta-Larkin, Austin Butler, Gerald Garcia, Maurice Leday, Gregory Melina, Salvador Mena-Barreno, Jason Quijada, and Adrian Rocha-Chairez) are variously charged with violating Colorado’s Organized Crime Control Act (F2), first-degree aggravated motor vehicle theft (F4), second-degree burglary (F4), theft (F4), and criminal mischief (F6), in addition to other charges.

Maris Herold, Boulder Police Chief, said: “This was a complex investigation that would not have been possible were it not for the great work of everyone involved and the phenomenal collaboration of all of these agencies. The City of Boulder experiences over one million dollars in bike theft yearly, causing significant community harm. This investigation and subsequent arrests are not only a good example of the hard work and dedication of what detectives do every day, but it also shows the community how seriously we take these crimes.”

A grand jury indictment is merely a formal accusation that an individual committed a crime under Colorado laws. All defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty. We'll update this story as the trial of these men progresses. More info, here.

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221 Comments

  • 294 1
 Fattie got left behind
  • 45 1
 always the last resort!
  • 64 8
 not even degenerates could be seen on that
  • 58 3
 @quesoquesoqueso: i thought it was just as long as your friends don't see you doing it?
  • 12 0
 At the bar too!
  • 7 0
 @audeo03: these concepts translate to many facets of life.
  • 4 0
 Clearly not a fan of gravel either !
  • 3 0
 @siborg1980: or Bibs !
  • 22 0
 Come on guys, a 2 at 10 is a 10 at 2.
  • 12 0
 Fat bikes are harder to kidnap.
  • 183 0
 "One break-in saw $90,000 worth of mountain bikes stolen within five minutes."
They only managed to steal 3 mid-spec bikes in five minutes?
  • 24 13
 Death to bike thieves, but a great way to get rid of them is to make bikes less attractive to steal. AKA making them cheaper.
  • 4 3
 @piratetrails: Make them heavier so they can't be stolen!
  • 110 5
 If they are found guilty can we use them instead of mulch for our dirt jumps?
  • 73 0
 First read of your comment, I thought you said "use them AS mulch," not "instead of mulch."

To which I thought, that is a bit harsh and a lot messy, but fair.
  • 10 4
 That would be a good punishment, but sadly you can’t do that in 2021.
  • 2 0
 @BikesNRussets: which one?
  • 3 0
 @canow18: the mulch jump one.
  • 1 0
 they de compose to fast tho
  • 1 0
 @BikesNRussets: We can we just can't get caught
  • 3 0
 @tpfenning: I guess that was your accomplice in the wood chipper...
getyarn.io/yarn-clip/bc6cf9d8-f0f0-4412-9900-7febeb327714
  • 5 0
 @shredddr: As a Minnesotan, I didn't need the link to know that reference Smile
  • 73 0
 Holy shit, one shop was hit four times? That's insane. Bold criminals that fortunately got caught.
  • 66 3
 cycles of crime
  • 27 3
 You'd think they'd ramp up security after the first couple times
  • 51 2
 @stumphumper92: How would you recommend guarding against a box truck used as a battering ram? U-locks?
  • 22 0
 @stumphumper92: Nobody has MORE money after a break in.
  • 72 2
 the $1.5 million was for taking an ebike and some enve socks
  • 13 10
 Looks like a session
  • 31 2
 Where's the "good guy with a gun" when you need him eh?!
  • 6 0
 @jake28: metal doors /gates that go down after hours.
  • 8 4
 First-degree aggravated motor vehicle theft! Because they stole some eBikes and got caught riding some illegal trails?

Flash mob gets caught looting bike shops. This is an everyday occurrence in San Francisco
  • 13 0
 A cynical part of me wonders if these cases got more attention from the police because they stole box trucks and other vehicles as part of it. Cops seem to care a lot more about car theft than bike theft, but that's just my impression.
  • 22 0
 Worked at a car audio shop years ago and we got hit a few times including having a truck used to smash out the front windows. We put in those cement filled bollards in front of the windows and got this safety film put on the windows that, while doesn't stop them from being broken, makes it near impossible to get through in any reasonable amount of time. Never had another successful break in after that.
  • 27 0
 @h82crash: Imagine how much that "safety film" would cost if it were MTB branded and pre-cut to fit Enduro bike store windows.
  • 7 1
 A session? Hitting the same thing multiple times with your buddies? Get it? Too soon? Never mind….
  • 1 0
 double post.
  • 2 0
 @kcy4130: Agree, how hard would it be to set up a sting? couple of GPS trackers, good ol' fashion stake out...
  • 1 1
 @rivercitycycles:
What if the riots weren't riots at all...just Turrets Awareness Marches gone amuck?
  • 1 1
 @jake28: Guns, big assault rifle machine guns, this is America after all.
  • 2 0
 @blowmyfuse: That would be weird, an awareness march for small towers found atop walls - most on commonly castles?
  • 2 0
 @h82crash: stupid phone. I was on the verge of brilliance
  • 3 0
 @rivercitycycles: Yeah... there were many, many looting examples throughout the country during this time. I'm concerned that only these folks are paying the price for those illegal acts.

The big issue seems to be that these folks were "organized" and selective. Because they used Facebook to communicate and had a plan...
  • 2 0
 I think a good source of security would be some meth heads. Pay them to hang out in front of the store after hours. Then pay them in meth the next morning.
  • 1 0
 Impressive that they managed to get stock four times over. My LBS is selling pictures of bikes to parents to give to their kids for Christmas as to what Santa will deliver some time next year when he gets stock.
  • 53 0
 "…the burglaries were planned on Facebook Messenger…"

Nice way to leave an easily identifiable trail for the police. Thank you dumb thieves.
  • 13 0
 Then use venmo to get paid:
$1500 for stolen bike
  • 4 1
 Don't know about messenger, but the encryption on some FB products is good enough that not even FB engineers have access to the content.
  • 3 4
 @sspiff: Open up a web browser, go to fb, open up a "chat", find an image in that chat, click on image to make it big, right click on it and select "Copy image address".

Then open an Incognito window, paste and go to copied link.
  • 4 0
 @zephxiii: Does your ex-girlfriend still look hot?LOL
  • 1 0
 Almost as dumb as writing a check, "5 week Nutrition/Workout program (Don't Go)."
  • 1 2
 @zephxiii: do bike thieves communicate via image?
  • 42 1
 no sympathy for bike thiefs
  • 33 2
 In other news - riding bikes out in the mountains over gnarly stuff is a blast.
  • 9 1
 Say, that sounds interesting. Where'd you read it?
  • 66 1
 @noapathy: Vital
  • 2 1
 @mi-bike: Sorry, forgot to Wink . LOL
  • 22 1
 No wonder that dude with the day old PB account and only accepting crypto never got back to me about all those parts he had listed...
  • 24 2
 A lot of crime articles on PB lately. Bummer deal.
  • 18 3
 Seriously. One of our LBS got broken into a few weeks ago and had 100k worth of bikes stolen.
  • 16 19
 Next morning @ the Big House
"what are you in for essay" ?
"Messenger"
"Vatos loco"
  • 13 1
 because OutDoor+ is going to drop a membership that tracks your bike.
  • 10 1
 @noakeabean: That's what, 3 S-Works?
  • 2 1
 @JVance: Lol. It was 20 bikes stolen
  • 20 41
flag Dmaxwell (Nov 22, 2021 at 10:11) (Below Threshold)
 All of these peaceful protesters.
  • 1 2
 Since bikes cost as much as a Rolex…
  • 16 31
flag jrocksdh (Nov 22, 2021 at 12:24) (Below Threshold)
 And majority of these bike industry companies are anti guns.
So no way to protect yourself or others from theives; crazy ex employee; etc etc
  • 2 2
 @Armand74: benchmarking one lunacy against another one
  • 4 3
 @jrocksdh: you can't use deadly force to protect property or possessions bud might wanna look your laws up.
  • 4 0
 @mhoshal: I’d be interested in your interpretation of Colorado’s “Make My Day” law. Does it apply to a residence only, or might it extend to a shop you own? Might a defendant rightly assume a group of thieves crashing a van through their shop window present a clear and present danger to the life of the defendant and therefore warrant the use of deadly force in response to said threat? The law (generally speaking) is nuanced and complex and varied in each state — so much so that attorneys gotta be licensed for each state in which they practice. “You can’t use deadly force to protect properly or possessions” is just too simplistic to be accurate.
  • 2 0
 @TheR: ya the laws down there are very weird in those respects. I personally think any thief deserves some lead in the kneecap but that's a personal opinion lol.
  • 2 2
 @mhoshal: I’d hate for a situation to come down to the deadly force. Not a big fan of the “shoot ‘em full of lead” mentality. And I think a lot of people who think like that don’t understand they can just as easily end up in court fighting for their lives. At the same time, I do believe people have the right to defend themselves with deadly force. But it’s not to be taken lightly.
  • 19 1
 Great to see these losers got caught. $1.5M, let's hope that catches them some good jail time!
  • 12 1
 You gotta be pretty dense to plan a crime on FB messenger..
  • 7 1
 @stumphumper92:

Are you bring meta, saying they used Meta, to steal some Metas?
  • 1 0
 Agreed... but if law enforcement wanted to arrest people for looting all they had to do was be on the scene. Why arrest these folks, when you let the rest loot and destroy?
  • 15 1
 The robberies stopped in June 2020 because no bike shops had any more bikes. Jokes aside, awesome they got caught! Seems like bike robberies so seldom end in robbers arrested and/or bikes returned.
  • 8 4
 See Gorilla Gravity's recent encounter. These butt suckers are not the only ones.
  • 13 3
 Not surprised it was in Denver. I had my bike stolen from the underground lot (with cameras!) at the downtown REI while traveling through on the way to Crested Butte. It was double locked to my hitch rack. I used to love coming to Denver, but it's turn in to a real s**thole lately. Cops couldn't care less about bike theft there, which is why I'm surprised they lifted a finger for this.
  • 16 1
 Until last year, I lived in Denver for close to 11 years. REI was on of the WORST places for bike theft. Locally it's almost a joke how many bikes are stolen from there. So glad I cashed out my house there last year.
  • 7 4
 Not all shops were in Denver, but yeah Colorado's blown out and the cops can't be bothered with petty crime.
  • 6 1
 I'd never leave my bike unattended in any kind of parking lot. Especially at a place like REI where you can bring your bike inside. Thieves know people are going there with their bikes so they're constantly prowling those lots.
  • 8 1
 @stumphumper92: Yeah...I have to concur with that statement. You never leave your bike someplace you can't keep your eyes on it...locked or not.
  • 4 1
 @bman33:

I went to CU and lost a really nice DJ on campus. They were doing this same ish 15 years ago. Roll up with a box truck, and a crew goes wild…
  • 3 0
 @Bro-LanDog: You caught some downvotes for that but it's true at least in the bigger cities. My buddy had two cars stolen in a week and the cops didn't do anything aside from take some info on the phone, they're sure as shit not going to chase down a bike, which I can also verify since my brother and his girlfriend had theirs stolen in C Springs a couple weeks ago.
  • 5 0
 @everythingsucks: pb hive mind down votes don't matter to me lol I've had my catalytic converter stolen and my garage broken into within the last 18 months and despite having video of both cases the police were completely indifferent. They didn't even want the footage. Crime in CO has been terrible and it doesn't seem like it will get any better soon.
  • 4 1
 @Bro-LanDog: Crime is OK now... and punishment is frowned upon. Where have you been the last few years?
  • 12 2
 Tie their hands together, put them on a bike and then push them off a Red Bull Ramage drop!
  • 7 1
 Yeah. New type of sentence: Send them!
  • 4 1
 thats a whole new definition of send er bud, or break a leg
  • 9 1
 Shout-out redstone cyclery. Great shop and great people. Glad there could be justice from this whole mess.
  • 4 1
 This. Dave you're the man.
  • 2 1
 @melikebikealot14: Dave is the man, rented from him years ago.
  • 10 2
 Post their faces and names. Do everything you can to make their lives miserable.
  • 13 3
 @trelleder: thanks. Literally hope they get run over by a semi.
  • 8 5
 What are you going to do? Find their facebook page and write a mean comment?
  • 17 19
 @pressurecooker: Build a wall.
  • 2 1
 @FoesKnows: In front of every bike shop?
  • 4 1
 @pressurecooker: I’ll post it on bike groups to spread their faces and names. They’ll get out soon enough and people need to know who these ass hats are. Wouldn’t you want to know? I for one like to know who the scum people are!
  • 3 11
flag endoguru (Nov 22, 2021 at 15:26) (Below Threshold)
 @trelleder: this is racial stereotyping
  • 3 2
 @pressurecooker: he meant around the Appalachian mtns
  • 10 1
 @endoguru: No its reality idiot.
  • 2 1
 @kobold: it was meant as sarcasm
  • 2 0
 @bikebike69: I live in Denver. This city is massive. Aint no way I would be able to pick those druggies out among the thousands of druggies roaming the city. Its zombie city around here and Im not about to walk the streets profiling people wondering if its one of them. And these are not the only guys stealing bikes.
  • 1 0
 @pressurecooker: but they probably don’t only operate in Denver. A lot of people like myself sell bike/parts regularly. I want to be very familiar with people I may let into my shop! Just for this reason. Knowing who associates with the dark side of the community helps flush out the rest of the undesirables.
  • 2 0
 @endoguru: My bad! I am with you!
  • 9 1
 Sentenced to life in slave labor doing trail maintenance
  • 3 9
flag midwestmylo (Nov 22, 2021 at 15:40) (Below Threshold)
 I thought America had done the whole slavery thing...
  • 5 1
 @midwestmylo: it’s still fully legal if you are a prisoner. Look it up.
  • 3 0
 I feel LBS's haven't scaled up security (or haven't been able to) to match the rising value of the inventory they keep inside; wonder if this is something the manufacturers can help subsidize (though there isn't much you can do when someone drive a box truck into the side of your building). LBS near my house now has metal curtains that come down over all windows and doors when they lock-up at night, similar to a jewelry store. crazy
  • 3 1
 Why would the manufacturers pay for stores to improve their security? It’s not their problem. The responsibility is solely on the store to protect their capital investment by way of physical security and being adequately insured. Both of those are inherent operating costs when you have a high value inventory.
  • 19 0
 My local LBS has never had issues because the building is a former bank, so the lesson is open an LBS in a old bank.
  • 5 2
 Did you read the article? The drove the truck through the front.
Not much you can do to stop that that. Most shops don't own the building they're in, so they are very limited in what they can do.
  • 2 1
 @TheOriginalTwoTone: Unlike the student share house you're probably thinking of, commercial lease arrangements always allow the lessee to do fitout. For longer term or high value leases, the lessor often even packages the fitout cost into the monthly rent. Concrete bollards out the front might not be allowed by local government regs, but laminated glass and/or security screens behind the glass are unlikely to be objected to by commercial landlords.

The lease for the offices I'm in includes a minor refurb (carpets, patch & paint walls where required) every 5 years when we exercise the option to extend, and a major refurb (lighting, partition walls) on renewal of the 5+5 contract.

Ultimately though, many businesses might choose upping their insurance as a cheaper option.
  • 2 0
 @dsut4392: Yes I understand that, what they aren't going to be allowed to do is change the frontage.
  • 3 0
 I'd love to see more investment into theft-prevention features - I wonder if a bike (or component) manufacturer could gain much market advantage with that kind of tech? I know it's not an easy problem to solve, but there is surely so much more that can be done. Why aren't consumers demanding it?

Tracking devices would be pretty easy - even if a bike is getting stripped, a tracking device might give you a few hours time window to follow the thieves.

For the time being, assuming my lock is easy work for a modern thief, my best protection is to keep my bike near to much more expensive bikes!! Not exactly reliable!
  • 4 0
 Another battery to remember to charge? Another subscription to pay for? Made to the lowest possible cost, with firmware that will never be updated, by a manufacturer that will never patch glaring bugs, or update their app for the latest Android/iOS version?
All for a tracking device that's not going to work when the bike is in the back of a box truck with a sheet-metal shell? Good luck with that.
Trackers are useful for catching a small proportion of the dumbest of the dumb petty thieves.
  • 12 4
 There's a trend here....just can't quite put my finger on it. Better leave it to the professionals.
  • 5 0
 @ghill28: I think I know what you're saying.
  • 13 8
 did they happen to steal any gx cassettes by chance.....?
  • 5 1
 So... the link in the article says there were "22 auto thefts". Were those 22 ebikes or 22 cars? HAHAHA
  • 4 2
 Cars (or vans/trucks) used in the robberies.
  • 5 0
 I can’t believe they were able to steal five Yetis
  • 2 0
 The defendants (Kevin Acosta-Larkin, Austin Butler, Gerald Garcia, Maurice Leday, Gregory Melina, Salvador Mena-Barreno, Jason Quijada, and Adrian Rocha-Chairez have all been castrated
  • 1 0
 I don't know if these were Chileans, but this is a big thing where I live, they want to steal and get out quickly without conflict. I caught one in my house, and he just ran out fast.

But yeah crime tourism has become a thing, it's worth thinking about what leads to that.

www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-chilean-burglars-robbery-fbi-crime-ring-20190423-story.html

This article is not current, but it's going on a lot.
  • 1 0
 These people are public enemies. Now that we know their names, we can all keep an eye on these people and their friends. Kevin Acosta-Larkin, Austin Butler, Gerald Garcia, Maurice Leday, Gregory Melina, Salvador Mena-Barreno, Jason Quijada, and Adrian Rocha-Chairez
  • 3 0
 Cool. Now can we focus on the millions of bikes stolen each day in downtown San Antonio, Tx?
  • 13 9
 If they were in California we'd be released next day
  • 1 0
 True, but that is not good.
  • 2 2
 I live in Denver. Bike crime here is insane. Im surprised so many shops don't take extra precautions. There are anti-shatter glass protectors that prevent thief's from getting in through a broken window. There is also this thing called bike locks...
  • 1 0
 I don't think there's any bike lock that can't be opened with a battery powered angle grinder and 30 seconds of your time. I'd also think that a van will probably be able to drive through a panel of shatter proof glass but might be mistaken.
  • 1 0
 Until last year I lived in Denver for 11 years. If you actually know what's going on you know that most of those burglaries were done by using a van or a large truck to back through the actual window of the shop or the wall of the shops. Shatter resistant glass nor bike locks that anybody can cut through with a 50 dollar portable tool are not going to stop these types of thieves
  • 1 0
 @rarerider: Don't get a "bike lock". Get a hardened steel Pewag chain with a Viro padlock. They aren't cheap but they at least up that 30 seconds of grinding to 90 or so.
  • 1 3
 @bman33: Ok, then store bikes in the back behind locked doors. Or like a commenter above, get a metal gate to cover things. The way you talk it sounds like there is nothing a bike shop can do which just isnt true. Its a bummer that bike shops would have to spend extra money for security, but with a little ingenuity Im sure it could be figured out.
  • 1 3
 @rarerider: So you are saying there is no lock in the world, whether created for bikes or not, that would stop a thief. I dont believe it
  • 8 4
 It's the Wild West....HANG EM HIGH! Smile
  • 5 2
 hang em higher!
  • 2 0
 Unrelated to this ring, but Transition’s new HQ here in Bham was just hit. O.G. Dirtbag gone, Bryn’s old TR gone, and several other bikes. Lame.
  • 4 1
 A nice public hanging would extinguish these types of acts! This is what defunding the police looks like!
  • 1 0
 All these bikes are in Mexico btw.... I had a friend down there partying with a bike shop owner that said he gets 4-5 bikes from Denver,CO brought in per week.... he pays $500-2000 per bike for all new carbon Yetis, etc etc.
  • 1 0
 I have to wonder if these guys were responsible for the thefts in Chicago, we had over a dozen break-ins multiple shops hit twice or three times in ten days back in Feb of 2018.
  • 1 0
 I have to say it seems stupid to steal the most expensive bikes because they would be easier to recognize and trace, while cheaper bikes are more common and stand-out less.
  • 1 0
 You would think. They still get away with it. There are many ways to get rid of the bikes quick for not even that much money. Thats the sad part, often these bikes are sold for so cheap. They get sold on Craigslist, FB marketplace, OfferUp, or they get pawned or if all else fails they get shipped to different countries were the bikes cant be tracked. Its very rare that someone gets there bike back. How do I know all this? I live in Denver and had bikes stolen out of the garage. Moved them to the basement and then had our house broken into....
  • 3 0
 They get parted out, stripped & rebuilt mix+match, held for a year or two before sale, or shipped interstate / internationally. Swap the Factory 38s on the Yeti with the Zeb Ultimate on the Nomad and you're no longer selling two bikes that meet the "stolen" description, but instead have two bikes that have been "upgraded" according to the preference of the uptight dentist who was never going to ride the bike anyway, hence why last year's bike is being sold "as new, never ridden due to injury" [with apologies to my Yeti riding dentist friend who actually rides a lot and is pretty chilledSmile ]
  • 4 0
 lock those fuckers up.
  • 2 0
 So glad they got the guys that robbed my local shop twice ,and took my roommates bike
  • 3 0
 Take them to the train station.
  • 2 0
 im going up the country, baby. dont you wanna go
  • 3 2
 Good to know FB messenger is so secure that they won't just turn over thieves right away. Lol
  • 2 0
 It's just a conversation platform, how would they do that? How would FB know an actual robbery was being planned? Even if they monitored every chat constantly there are probably ten million joke conversations about committing crimes going on every minute.
  • 2 0
 "criminal mischief" .. sounds cute af
  • 2 0
 $985k?!!! What'd they do, steal 10 e-bikes???
  • 1 0
 Got the perfect sentence, as they like mountains bike so much they should be made to red bull rampage, no brakes .
  • 2 0
 they must have felt.... Entitled to whatever they wanted
  • 2 0
 Pinkbike needs a new editor. They clearly spelled fuckboys wrong
  • 1 0
 Clearly not an 'inside' job.
  • 2 1
 Lets see the faces of shit.
  • 1 0
 @Thirty3 Take the sting of names from above and Google them. The bolsa de mierda gilipollas are there in full Technicolor.
  • 1 0
 Cue Law & Order: "bum-bum"
  • 2 1
 They were just trying to short circuit the supply chain issues.
  • 7 7
 So where all the feel goodies from the other thread to tell us these poor fellows were just stealing to feed their families?
  • 2 1
 They're already at home smoking a joint
  • 1 0
 Thats one way to get some time
“Behind the Bars” Jail
  • 1 0
 people need to go back to the days of using guard dogs…
  • 1 0
 LOL left the fat chick not even worth stealing
  • 1 0
 Enjoy the next 10yrs cockheads.
  • 2 1
 MF
  • 1 0
 nice!
  • 3 3
 Great result now Off with their heads.
  • 2 2
 1.5 million.. so what, like 5 or6 bikes then?
  • 1 2
 1M worth of bikes stolen,… so 10 high end ebikes were stolen in total,…
  • 4 4
 Should have had Rittenhouse waiting inside for them.
  • 3 4
 $1.5 million! Jeez, that's like three bikes!
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