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Police Looking For Astoria Bike Thief

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Nov. 27, 2015 Staff Report

The NYPD is searching for a man who broke into a garage and stole a mountain bike.

A male suspect entered a residential garage by going through the lobby of a building in the vicinity of Crescent Street and 31st Avenue. The suspect then removed a black Cannondale mountain bike, valued at $850, according to the NYPD.

The incident occurred on Oct. 25 at approximately 3 a.m.

Police describe the suspect as a white male, last seen wearing a black jacket, black jeans and black sneakers.

Police released surveillance video of the suspect and are asking anyone with any information to call 1-800-577-TIPS.

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