ABC News 7
in Denver, Colorado, is reporting that a rider who had his Pivot
mountain bike stolen last year apparently didn't give up trying to get it back. The bike was stolen last March, according to Colorado Springs Police. In November, police said the rightful owner contacted them after seeing a similar bike listed on Craigslist.org. Using the bike's serial number for identification, an undercover officer made contact with the seller, checked out the bike and determined that it was the bike stolen last year.
Police said the seller, Gregory Stillwell, was arrested on suspicion of felony theft. Yes!
What would you do if your pride and joy was stolen? One rider refused to give up and now has his bike back.
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