Hey, Did Somebody Steal Your Bike? Well, Look For It at the New SFPD Mission Station Website Photo Database!

Right here. (Cause, you know, the Mission District is San Francisco’s Capital of Bike Stealing.)

See?

“New bicycle section on http://www.missionstation.org to track reported stolen and recovered stolen bicycles. Send us your feedback!”

But sadly, the Recovered Bicycle Database only has one entry right now – it’s a black Specialized road bike that I’m sure you’ll recognize in a second, if it’s yours.

“For Information: Inspector Pomatto #2071 Mission Investigations (415) 558-5400″

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OTOH, the Stolen Bicycle Database has eight entries currently. See?

Thanks, Captain Corrales!

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3 Responses to “Hey, Did Somebody Steal Your Bike? Well, Look For It at the New SFPD Mission Station Website Photo Database!”

  1. [...] and safety tips. It also has a page for stolen bicycles and recovered bicycles. Sadly, as SF Citizen pointed out, there is only one recovered bicycle listed on the site, while eight are listed as [...]

  2. Andy says:

    We just returned a bike to a customer whose stolen bike was recovered by the sfpd. Make sure to write down your serial number and put some contact info on your bike!

  3. sfcitizen says:

    sweet