Pearse Street Gardaí are looking to reunite stolen bicycles with their owners — below are the photographs of the bikes.
According to the official Garda Síochána Dublin Facebook account, the Gardai are asking for people not visit Pearse Street Garda Station to view bicycles due to COVID 19 and also not to contact them via Facebook. Instead, members of the public, who think it might be their bicycle pictured, are being asked to email the Garda looking after the cases.
The Garda Facebook account said: “If you believe one of these bicycles is yours, please email: David.F.Dolan@garda.ie with the following information: Your name; your contact number; bicycle ID (each photograph has a different ID e.g. DD80); and your bicycle serial number. A photograph of your bicycle, if possible. Any distinguishing marks/features that only you would be aware of.”
For anybody not on Facebook, here’s photos the bicycles:
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