Evansville Nonprofit Looking to Recover Stolen Bikes

Evansville nonprofit organization Sycamore Services is asking the public to be on the lookout for some special bikes after they were recently stolen.

Posted: Apr 22, 2021 8:12 AM

A nonprofit organization in Evansville is asking for the community's help in recovering some stolen property.

The organization says it received several three-wheel bikes as donations last summer. Now, Sycamore Services says those bikes have been stolen.

Over the weekend, Sycamore Services says someone drove behind its office and cut the chain holding the bikes.

According to Sycamore Services, one of the stolen bikes is bright blue and the other is black.

The organization says it had big plans to use the bikes now that the weather has improved.

Anyone with information on the stolen bikes should contact the Evansville Police Department.

The organization provides support services for individuals with developmental disabilities.

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