NICE WHEELS: Some of the lost bicycles that have been handed in to Bundaberg Police.
NICE WHEELS: Some of the lost bicycles that have been handed in to Bundaberg Police. Contributed

Has Bundaberg Police got your bicycle?

THIS isn't Bundaberg's newest bicycle store but just some of the bikes that Bundaberg Police has collected.

Usually bikes are handed in by members of the public after they have been found abandoned.

Without any way of identifying the owner, police are not able to return them.

After ­­­­60 days the bikes are distributed locally to families in need.

So if you have had your bike go missing please call the property office on 4153 9133

Tips

If your bike goes missing contact the police station to see if it has been handed in.

Engrave your bike with your unique code (initials, date of birth, Q). Click here for more information on engraving and microdots.

Photograph your bike and record the serial number on the Neighbourhood Watch Bicycle Identification Card or use an inventory app to store this information.



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