This bicycle was located on Lodge Road in Lake Country and the RCMP would like to return it to the owner.

Lake Country RCMP searching for owner of kid’s bicycle

Bike was turned into the police detachment May 14 after being found at Lodge Road

  • May. 28, 2012 5:00 p.m.

The Lake Country RCMP would like to return a found bike to its rightful owner.

On May 14, a children’s bicycle was dropped off at the detachment.

“The bike — an orange Juvy Nakamura mountain bike — had been found on Lodge Road at Woodsdale Road the previous week,” said Cst. Kris Clark.

“Police had no records on the bike indicating it had been reported as stolen or lost. A child should not have to go without their wheels for the summer so the Lake Country RCMP would like to return the bike to its owner as soon as possible.”

Anyone with information is asked to call the Lake Country RCMP at 250-766-2288.

 

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