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Alleged stolen kids bike found at Coquitlam grocery store

Police are looking for the bicycle's rightful owner, believing it was taken before left at the Save-On-Foods in Sunwood Square.
Is this your kid's bike? Coquitlam RCMP are looking to reunite it with its rightful owner after the two-wheeler was left at a grocery store for one week.

Did you and your family recently lose a bicycle in Coquitlam?

Mounties believe the pink, blue and black child's bike was stolen prior to its discovery outside a local grocery store, which was left there for about a week.

Now, RCMP are hoping the rightful owner(s) can claim the two wheeler after it was turned over to the Coquitlam detachment on Monday (Jan. 2).

In a statement, spokesperson Cpl. Alexa Hodgins said the bicycle was left outside the Save-On-Foods in Sunwood Square (100-3025 Lougheed Hwy.) near the Christmas tree storage.

"We are asking the public to take a look at the [above] photograph of the child’s bike in the hopes that we can reunite it with its owner," she said.

"The bike is believed to have been stolen and left at the store."

The bicycle includes:

  • Pink tire rims
  • Pink and black bike seat
  • Blue rubber handles
  • Skull with pink bow on the body
  • Written on the body....
    • "Monster High"
    • "My Boos Monster High"

Hodgins noted the owner(s) is required to show proof of purchase when picking up the bike.

If you believe this is yours or your kid's bicycle, you're encouraged to call Coquitlam RCMP at 604-945-1550 and quote file-number 2023-101.