UPDATE: Appleton Police Release Photos of Stolen Bikes - WBAY

UPDATE: Appleton Police Release Photos of Stolen Bikes

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Appleton police have released photos of the high-end bicycles stolen during a burglary at a local cycle store.

Police believe the crime happened sometime between the night of May 27 and the morning of May 28 at Chain Reaction Cyclery on N. Superior St.

Seven new Fuji brand bikes and one new Surly brand bike were stolen, in addition to pedals, computers and clothing.

Police estimate the loss at $16,000.

On Wednesday, Appleton Police posted factory photos of the stolen bikes on their Facebook page and urged people to share the post. If you know someone who may have received one of these bikes, you are urged to call Sgt. Rabas at 920-832-5546.

Investigators say the suspect or suspects got in the store by smashing a front door. Police believe it is likely that someone heard or saw something, because the store is located in a residential neighborhood.

If you would prefer to remain anonymous, text your tip to CRIMES (274-637) with the keyword APDTIPS at the start of your message.

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