A Chicago man might think twice the next time he goes into a police station to report something as stolen.
A cook from a Wicker Park pizzeria got his stolen bike back, after thieves with a baby stroller stole it from the back of the restaurant.
A Chicago woman who lost a leg in the Iraq war 10 years ago and is now a world class paratriathlete was thanking everyone for their concern after her bike was stolen.
If we have to choose whether to devote resources to solving violent crimes or bike thefts, the choice is obvious. With that said, some are wondering why Chicago can’t have adequate resources devoted to both.
Olgi Freyre’s $700 bicycle was stolen in the middle of the day from a bike rack near Lincoln and Belmont avenues, outside the art supply store where she works.
Frustrated and angry, a 19-year-old Chicago woman who had her almost-new $700 bicycle stolen this week has posted a very public note near the bike rack where the crime was committed.
Have you seen a distinctive tandem bicycle around Chicago? It may belong to a retired DePaul University professor, who is blind, and his partner. Their ride was stolen earlier this week, the Sun-Times reports.