Ladysmith RCMP seek owner of $250 kids’ bike found with price tag

Ladysmith RCMP are looking to reunite two children’s bikes, including one found with a price sticker still on it, with their rightful owners.

The bicycles were recovered in separate occurrences with the assistance of some good Samaritans who turned them over to police.

RCMP said the first bicycle was recovered on Aug. 14, from the 100 block of Esplanade Street.

The second bicycle was recovered on Aug. 21, from the Bayview Avenue area.

One of the bicycles still had the $229.99 price tag on it and with taxes is valued at over $250.

“Both bikes are in good shape and look like they have been well maintained and taken care of,” said Const. Paula Brown.

Photos were withheld to ensure the property is returned to the rightful owners who can provide a matching description of the bikes.

If you think this could be your child’s bicycle, please contact the Ladysmith RCMP and reference files 2017-2703 and 2017-2840.

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