Salmon Arm RCMP arrest man and return stolen $6,000 mountain bike - Okanagan | Globalnews.ca

An off-duty police officer arrested a man after he was spotted in possession of a stolen mountain bike.

Salmon Arm RCMP said in a news release that on June 5, a man reported his Santa Cruz mountain bike stolen.

The bike, valued at $6,000, was haphazardly parked in front of an office building in the 800 block of NE 16th Street in Salmon Arm, B.C., RCMP said.

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Two days later, the off-duty RCMP officer was on a walk and reported to the on-duty officer that he had seen a man riding a stolen bicycle.

“Off-duty officers followed on foot to maintain visual awareness of the bicycle’s location until uniformed officers arrived,” Officer Andrew Hodges said in a news release.

The police on duty arrived at the scene and arrested a 55-year-old man for “possession of proceeds of crime valued at more than $5,000.”

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“This is a great example of our officers’ commitment to serving the community both on and off duty. Salmon Arm RCMP members work, live and play here in and around Salmon Arm and are always vigilant whether in uniform or not,” Hodges said in a news release.

The mountain bike has been returned to its original owner.

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