Police recovered two bicycles that were stolen downtown Saturday and suspect two people with prior convictions of the thefts, according to a Spokane Police Department news release.
A man had two high-end bikes on a bike rack attached to his car parked in an open lot Saturday night. Thieves broke the rack, valued at about $1,200, and stole the two bicycles, valued at more than $5,000 combined, according to the news release.
Saturday, police stopped a 20-year-old man with four prior felony convictions who seemed to have one of the bicycles in his possession. Police are recommending a first-degree theft charge. There was an unrelated warrant out for the
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