SFPD Recover 114 Stolen Bicycles During Theft Investigation
San Francisco Police recovered 114 stolen bicycles, the result of a search warrant issued by a judge of the Superior Court on May 15, 2012. Irving Sanchez, 18, of San Francisco was taken into custody at his residence on May 17, 2012.
Members of the Station Investigation Team (SIT) at Ingleside Police Station were led to Sanchez’s San Francisco residence on the 200 block of Charter Oak Avenue, where police located 8 bicycles stored in the kitchen. A further search yielded evidence leading to two self-serve storage lockers on the 5200 block of Coliseum Way in Oakland. A search warrant was issued for both the 200 block of Charter Oak and the 5200 block of Coliseum Way. When police entered the storage lockers, one locker contained 25 bicycles. Police then proceeded to a second storage locker within the unit, where they found an additional 81 bicycles. Police also recovered eighty bicycle tires and a bicycle frame inside the second locker.
Sanchez was booked at San Francisco County Jail on numerous felony counts of receiving stolen property.
The Station Investigations Team (SIT) of Ingleside Station has listed photographs pertaining to all the recovered bicycles on their website so that citizens may have access in identifying and claiming their stolen property. If you can identify your bicycle, you must provide either a case number from a theft report or proof that the bicycle belongs to you. Using the link provided below you will be able to access photos of all the recovered bicycles. If you identify your bicycle, please email Ingleside Station at email@example.com