- Anyone "lost" a Yeti Arc in Sheffield?
Just seems a little strange for Cash Convertors!!!Posted 6 years agothepodgeMember
someone at cash converters must be on a scam. they clearly know how much that is worth and who in their right mind sells something if that value to them. plus its not been locked up outside with all the other bikes whenever I’ve passed the Hillsborough shop roughly 2-3 times a week.
brilliant news that it has turned up though.Posted 6 years agocrazy-legsSubscriber
Mindyou I’d be straight down there to stand next to my bike until the police arrive!
Call police, inform them that you you’re going to the shop armed with a set of Bombers and will retrieve your bike by force. That should ensure that the whole police station turns up there within minutes! 😉
Great news that the bike has turned up, best of luck getting it back – let us all know how it goes!Posted 6 years agomartinhutchSubscriber
“strange it isn’t out the front of the shop”……..considering its a very identifyable bike, with a thread specifically about it on the most popular MB forum in the UK…..
Cash Converters is well placed to have an excellent insight into the problems of high-value bike theft in UK cities…. 😕
Good luck to the victim getting his bike back. I’d go and stand by the thing until the police come.Posted 6 years ago
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