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Woodside: Two Men Wanted For Stealing Bicycles From Apartment Building

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April 8, 2015 Staff Report

Two men broke into a Woodside apartment building Monday and took off with two bicycles, according to police.

The men allegedly forced their way through the front door at 37-76 62nd Street and fled the building with the bicycles. The incident took place at 4 am Monday, April 6, according to police.

The police were able to get camera footage of one of the suspects, who is believed to be an adult male, approximately 5’8″ tall, weighing 190 lbs., with short black hair. He was last seen wearing black work boots, blue jeans and a black jacket.

The second suspect is an adult male, the police said.

Anyone with information in regard to this incident is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477).

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Givemeliberty

What a nice looking young man! With his new bike, he should meet lots of girls!

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