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The bike was locked to a street sign with one of the cheaper Kryptonite U Locks on 2nd street next to the wine shop. I assume the lock was cut. The bike frame is a 2013 Cannondale quick 5 and the lime green paint was stripped off. It had white lock on grips, gold flat pedals, and both the wheels and seat post had pinhead locks on them. The picture attached is before the I stripped the paint off the frame, and it now has different pedals and a different black saddle. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
Bike was locked with a Kryptonite U-lock + extender to a chainlink fence outside my apartment building on the corner of Wilson & Moffat (directly outside the Wilson Ave L train station); they cut the extender & took her with a U-lock attaching her front wheel to her frame. She has a black front fork from being replaced after an accident last year, and is marked with an NYPD engraving / bike registration sticker (probably still registered to the original owner, a friend of mine).
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This photo is another specimen of the same model + color (except the front fork)
Bike was a 2006 Sun Fixed gear.
Brooks B17 saddle.
Name and address were under saddle with permanent marker.
This is not a picture of the actual bike, but same model, color.
Jose Antonio Prat
The bike also had painted daisies on frame, it was a mid-80′s Panasonic women’s Road Bike, there was also a yellow stick on the frame that said "Old Spokes Home."
Black seat with white reflective tape.
It was locked to the fence inside the front yard of my parents’ house in Park Slope.
Anyone with any information to the bike’s whereabouts please contact me on my email claralflaherty
Thank you so very much!