Cannondale M500 cad2



Building Front foyer
1925 s Racine
Chicago , IL
United States

Date of Theft

Tuesday, April 18, 2017 - 8:15pm

Basic Bike Info

Bicycle Type: 
Mountain Bike
Green with yellow lettering
Condition of Bicycle / Distinguishing Features: 
7/10 some paint chips here and there. The front gear shifter wasn't connected. It has a black metal rack over the back tire with a black milk crate spray painted with a clear reflective paint and 2 orange bungee cords attached to it. The front fork was black and had JUDY(the name of the fork) sticker on one side.

Owner Information

Owner Name: 
Javier Urbina
Contact Email: 
Email hidden by Chicago Stolen Bike Registry. Contact the CSBR staff to email the owner.
Contact Phone Number: 
Police Report No.: 

Lock Information

How was the lock defeated?: 
Lock is missing, along with the bike.
Lock Type: 
Cable w/ Integrated Key Lock
What was the bike locked to?: 
Locked to a wooden pole, railing, or fence.
How was the bike locked?: 
Locked through front wheel and frame to object.

Incident Description

Which type of area was your bike stolen from?: 
Other situation, please describe below.
How long was the bike locked in this location?: 
All winter long.
Incident Description: 
The bike was locked to a handrail/banister and around the front tire and frame. Right as you walk into our building through the main entrance. I always be use our back door so I didn't notice right away. It wasn't until 8:20 that we got home from the gym that our son told us someone had knocked on our front door. I went to see if a note or something had been left and saw the bike was missing. I went straight outside and bumped into the tenant from the second floor who, coincidently, had gotten her bike stolen in the same fashion 2 weeks ago but hers was on the second floor. She told me my bike had been missing for a few hours. She, in fact, thought I was out riding it cuz she hadn't seen it since it. It looks like they must've cut the lock and taken it with them as the banister is still intact and there is no debris in the area and no lock. No idea as to how they could've gotten into the building as that front door is supposed to be locked, this was the same thing I thought 2 weeks ago when our neighbor's bike was stolen.

Recovery Information

Recovery Notes: 
This bike was recovered: