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Rash of UH bike thefts triggers security alert

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 07:22 a.m. HST, May 03, 2012


The University of Hawaii at Manoa campus security office issued a campus-wide warning in response to an increase in bicycle thefts at the school.

According to the warning, six bicycles parked near the Pacific Ocean Science and Technology building have been stolen in the last two weeks.

Campus officials advised students to secure their bicycles to a fixed object and in a lighted area. Anyone who notices suspicious activity is asked to call Campus Security at 956-6911.

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all_fed_up wrote:
Ever wonder where the homeless get their bikes to cruise around with? They sure aren't going to McCully bike.
on May 3,2012 | 07:44AM
Mallory wrote:
soooooo truuuuue
on May 3,2012 | 12:18PM
olos73 wrote:
So where's all the security cameras? No cameras, no catching thieves.
on May 3,2012 | 07:48AM
palani wrote:
I'm sure that all of the UH bikes are legally registered, unlike BYUH, where it seems that more than half are missing their tags.
on May 3,2012 | 08:11AM
OahuRes22 wrote:
How many thefts and attacks on campus will it take for UH school officials to realize an increase in security is a must?
on May 3,2012 | 11:07AM
HealthyandHappy wrote:
If you outlaw bikes, they will not get stolen.
on May 3,2012 | 11:49AM
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