Patrick Robinson
If you've had your bike stolen, you might want to check the new Twitter feed from the Seattle Police Department @Getyourbikeback. They will post general descriptions and then it's up to you to provide more details to determine if they do in fact have your bike.

New Seattle Police Twitter feed might help you get your bike back

@Getyourbikeback handle could lead to recovery

Seattle Police have come up with a way to potentially return around 500 bikes that are currently in their evidence warehouse. They've launched a new Twitter feed with the handle of @Getyourbikeback.

Not all bikes are stolen, some are just forgotten, or abandoned. But if your bike was stolen this is a way to get it back...maybe.

They will tweet general descriptions of bikes they find and hope the clues are enough to prompt inquiries. You will need to provide details about the bike such as a serial number or if you don't have it, some description that matches the unique characteristics of the bike in question.

Read more about it on the SPD Blotter here.

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