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Record: Reported June 22

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Adams County

Sheriff's Department

Recovered property

Purple and silver 18-speed mountain bicycle was found in the area of South 24th and Sheridan subdivision on June 12. The bike may be claimed at the Adams County Sheriff's Department in the Adams County Courthouse, 521 Vermont.

 

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