Quesnel RCMP receive tip leading to recovery of stolen bikes

The bicycles, stolen from Prince George, were found at a home off Highway 26

The Quesnel RCMP recovered two mountain bikes stolen from a Prince George business on Friday (April 13).

The bikes were reported stolen from the business in September 2017, after a break and enter during which several high-value items were taken.

Police in Quesnel received a tip on Friday that stolen bikes were located at a property off Highway 26. They went to the property and seized the bikes, which are valued at more than $4,000.

One man was arrested for being in possession of stolen property, as has been released on a Promise to Appear for his first court appearance next month.

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