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ON YOUR BIKE: Constable Dan McMah is encouraging people who have lost a bike, to check with police.
ON YOUR BIKE: Constable Dan McMah is encouraging people who have lost a bike, to check with police. Renee Pilcher

ARE you missing a bike?

If so, it may be worth checking if the Gympie Police have it.

Gympie Police Property Officer Carolyn Wright said there had been an increase in the number of bicycles located and lodged with police in recent months – and all inquiries into the owners of the bikes had so far failed to track them down.

There are six bikes that have been waiting for collection for a few months and if they are not collected soon they will go to public auction.

Some of the property was handed in, while others were found by police in the course of their duties.

Gympie police are calling for help in locating the bikes’ owners and are encouraging people who have had a bike stolen or lost recently to see if it is at the station.

So get on your bike and contact the police.

You can call the Gympie Police Property Office on 5480 1095 or the Gympie Police Station on 5480 1111 to collect your bike.

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