San Francisco police are trying a new approach to breaking the cycle of bike thefts in the Bay Area with a high tech tool.
An 18-year-old man San Francisco man police say was in possession of more than 100 stolen bicycles has pleaded not guilty to theft charges.
More than 100 stolen bicycles have been recovered by San Francisco Police from an 18-year-old man who allegedly had them stored in his home in the city’s Silver Terrace neighborhood as well as in two storage lockers in Oakland.
Police in San Francisco’s Mission District are hoping an online presence will help slow down bike thefts in the area.
A proposal before the San Francisco Board of Supervisors would allow workers to bring their bicycles inside the office if their company does not provide secure bicycle storage.