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Craigslist Boise
Stolen Bike in Boise listed for sale on Craigslist
It is very common to find stolen items on craigslist. There are lots of cases of scam and robbery on craigslist. A person living in Boise listed a bike for sale at craigslist having the worth of $1,100. Police suspect that it was stolen bike. Many people contacted the advertiser to purchase the bike. One of the buyers was original owner of bike. Few days earlier a bike was stolen from area of W. Camas Street and South Cole Road. The bike was stolen because it was unlocked. The next morning owner checked craigslist and found that bike was listed for sale. The owner informed police and arranged a place to arrest him. When the seller arrived police found that the bike was stolen from surrounding area, they arrested the fake seller.  The owner had many proofs that ensure the bike is his belonging. The suspect Marcus Horner who was twenty years of age charged with allegation. Boise police warned the local public to stay safe by locking their bikes. If they became careless then lots of such incidents can harm them. You have to lock your bike properly even you are away for few minutes. Such incidents require just few seconds to happen.
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