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Topic: i left my bicycle outside and someone chained it with a lock

Posted on: 2nd Dec 2016 7:43 PM    Quote and Reply

how sia, go make police report or ownself find scdf kind of cutter cut the lock?
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Posted on: 4th Dec 2016 10:34 AM    Quote and Reply


make police report first!, take pic. dun kay kiang

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Posted on: 5th Dec 2016 2:47 PM    Quote and Reply


omg, that's abit funny and terrible at the same time! report police best course of action

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Posted on: 6th Dec 2016 1:37 PM    Quote and Reply


More like a prank. Report police also no use since nothing stolen or damaged and no witness etc. Cut and put indoor la if scared happen again.

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Posted on: 7th Dec 2016 6:39 AM    Quote and Reply


In some US cities, thieves will put a second lock on a bike, and then return at night and cut off the owner's lock.  Pretty sneaky!

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Posted on: 9th Dec 2016 12:38 AM    Quote and Reply


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"Formerly posted by akg77: More like a prank. Report police also no use since nothing stolen or damaged and no witness etc. Cut and put indoor la if scared happen again."



haha, my frens say maybe the fellow kind, help me chain in case another person took it away

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Posted on: 27th Dec 2016 11:42 PM    Quote and Reply


Wah.. really suey sia... Just make a police report

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Posted on: 2nd Sep 2019 1:12 PM    Quote and Reply


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"Formerly posted by ChrisB: In some US cities, thieves will put a second lock on a bike, and then return at night and cut off the owner's lock.  Pretty sneaky!

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More likely this is the reason for locking your bike. Make Police report. Register your bike with SPF (free of charge), if not yet done so. Keep bike indoor if you can not afford to have it stolen overnight, outside.

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Posted on: 17th Sep 2019 12:53 AM    Quote and Reply


agree that this is bad, i hope you have resolved it.
do post an update. thanks

good suggestions from this thread: register you bike to SPF (i didnt know you can do that and that it's free), take photo and file police report. 
i'd cut the erring chain though. 


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