Green/white cruiser bike

Location

Location

Columbia College Chicago Residential Building
731 S. Plymouth Ct.
Chicago , IL
United States

Date of Theft

Sunday, December 11, 2016 - 2:30pm

Basic Bike Info

Bicycle Type: 
Cruiser / Comfort Bike
Color: 
Sea Foam Green
Condition of Bicycle / Distinguishing Features: 
Fairly used, in pretty good condition. Sea foam green with white accents. White leather stitched handlebars and seat. White flower design on frame.

Owner Information

Owner Name: 
Kirsten Perrotta
Contact Email: 
kirstennirel (at) aol.com
Contact Phone Number: 
(386)-986-0469

Lock Information

How was the lock defeated?: 
Lock is missing, along with the bike.
Lock Type: 
Combination Cable Lock
What was the bike locked to?: 
Locked to bike rack.
How was the bike locked?: 
Only the frame was locked a solid object.

Incident Description

Which type of area was your bike stolen from?: 
Front of building in residential area.
How long was the bike locked in this location?: 
Approximately 2 weeks
Incident Description: 
The bike had been out for a couple of weeks. It was there the day before the incident, so I know it was stolen sometime in the last 24 hours (as of Dec 11, 2016, 2:30 pm). My bike had a history (albeit, not a big one) of being harassed in this location. While its basket wasn't attached at the time of its theft, if usually had a basket on the handlebars. Many people would throw trash into it, and one day I found the basket to be severely dented (prompting me to unattach it). My bike attracted a lot of attention from my schoolmates, who thought it was adorable. And it is adorable. But nobody steals a bike for being adorable, right? The kind of person who steals a bike in the first place is not the kind of person who wants a light green flowery bike. What confuses me even more is that the lock was taken, too. That means the person who took it really wanted, enough to not just break the lock and go. A lot of people told me my bike was pretty, but I don't see those people actually going as far as taking it.

Recovery Information

This bike was recovered: 
No