SEA ISLE CITY POLICE CRACKING DOWN ON BICYCLE THEFT

Bicycle theft is of high concern to Sea Isle City police this summer. The police department there is starting a voluntary registration campaign that kicks off this weekend, during Skimmer Weekend. Police say that most bicycle thefts are of bikes that were left unlocked. Mayor Len Desiderio said he is donating 100 locks to the first 100 registrants during Skimmer Weekend as a way to raise awareness. The registration program is aimed at reuniting bicycles with the people they are stolen from. “The easiest way to avoid the hassle of having your bicycle stolen is quick and easy, lock it!” Said Sergeant Tom McQuillen. “If it does get stolen, the registration tag will help reunited you with your bike, maybe before you even realize it is gone.”

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