Bicycles reported stolen or lost in Park City
The Park City Police Department last week received at least three reports of bicycles being either stolen or lost in or close to the city.
Public police logs did not provide details about the bicycles or their values. In one of the cases, a bicycle was on a vehicle rack when it was taken.
The Police Department regularly receives reports about stolen bicycles. It has offered a bicycle-registration program for years as a way to thwart thefts and increase the chances that a stolen bicycle is returned to the owner if it is found.
The cases included:
Anyone with information about the cases may contact the Police Department at 615-5500 or the department’s anonymous-tip line, 615-5847. An online tip form is available on City Hall’s website, http://www.parkcity.org. Select the ‘City Directory’ option under the ‘Government’ button and then select ‘Police.’ Choose ‘Crime Reports – TipSoft’ and then the http://www.tipsubmit.com link at the bottom of the page. The direct link is: https://www.tipsubmit.com/WebTips.aspx?AgencyID=994
Information about the registration program is available by calling the Police Department at 615-5500 or on the Police Department’s section of the City Hall website.
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