Have you had your bike stolen? Check with Boston Police: They’ve recovered dozens

The bikes were found after an investigation into several thefts around Allston-Brighton.

One of dozens of stolen bikes recovered in Boston. Boston Police Department

Dude, where’s my bike?

If you’re wondering, there might be an answer. Detectives at the Boston Police Department announced Monday that they have recovered dozens of stolen bicycles after a large-scale investigation of several bike thefts in and around Allston-Brighton.

Authorities shared photos of some of the (frankly very nice) bikes in a community alert, so if you’ve had a bike stolen in Boston but never reported it, take a look to see if you recognize yours or give detectives a ring at (617) 343-4256.

Many of the bikes have identifying serial numbers along with extra accessories and customizations, so proving that you’re the rightful owner should be straightforward, the department said.


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