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VANCOUVER SUN - Gotta admit, this is pretty great. A Vancouver, Canada woman named Kayla Smith had her new, $1,000 bike stolen off a bike rack outside her friend's apartment. She filed a police report, but didn't expect to ever see it again. Police say over 1,700 bikes were reported stolen last year and the chances of recovery are pretty slim.
The very next morning, a friend spotted the bike in a Craigslist ad! Ms. Smith didn't waste any time and within 45 minutes she set up a meeting to "buy" the bike in a McDonald's parking lot just a few blocks from where the bike was stolen.
She didn't stop to call the police, “I didn’t want to wait and I didn’t want to spook him,” said Smith, 33. “I’m not going to say my heart wasn’t pounding.” Once she was sure the bike was hers, she just hopped on for a "test ride" and took off!
The seller had scabs on his legs, scabs on his arms, was unclean looking and wore dark glasses, Smith said. He was five foot nine and had a pockmarked face and blond hair.
Smith, five foot two, who describes herself as “125 pounds and tough as nails,” was just too mad to worry about the man beating her up.
“I just figured once I got away, I was going to be OK,” she said. “I hid around the corner with my girlfriend Jen. He took off running.”
“I don’t think I’m ever going to be locking that bike again,” she said. “If it’s not coming inside, I’m not going out.”
Good for her!
Photo courtesy of the Vancouver Sun