If you’ve had your bicycle stolen, check out these recovered by Gardai in Dublin

Gardai in Clontarf and Mountjoy are seeking to return stolen or otherwise lost bicycles to their owners.

“Clontarf Community Policing are looking to return a number of items currently held at Clontarf Garda Station to their owners” a Garda spokesperson said via the official Garda Dublin Facebook page.

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The spokesperson added: “If anyone recognises any of the items pictured, they are asked to contact Clontarf Garda Station on 01-6664800 or email raheny.community@garda.ie and quote the Pulse incident number in the photo. An arrangement can be made with the investigating Gardai to follow up and return any items to their rightful owners.”

And this is the bicycle recovered by Gardai in Mountjoy —- Mountjoy Garda Station can be contacted on 01 666 8600:

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