University Police Seeking Help In Identifying Suspect In Bike Thefts

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The Indiana State University Police Department has been investigating a series of bicycle thefts that have occurred on campus since the beginning of the fall semester.

More than 25 bicycles have been stolen from racks in and around the university. Some of the bikes were left unlocked, but many have had their locks cut or pried off.

Some arrests have been made in the investigation, but the police need help identifying a suspect. Video surveillance shows this person being involved in the taking of an expensive, high-end bicycle this past week, (suspect pictured below).

He is believed to be responsible for a number of the thefts that have been occurring. He is described as being approximately 5’10-6′ tall with a thin build.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Indiana State University Police at 812-237-5555 and speak with Cpl. Dan Parmer or Officer Aaron Sloan.

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