INSIDE EDITION wanted to see how long it would take for a thief to snatch a pricey bike. To do so, Helen’s Cycles, a popular bike shop in Southern California, loaned us a $2,500 Trek mountain bike.
Then, security expert Jason Cecchettini planted hidden GPS and radio tracking devices on the bike.
IE’s Lisa Guerrero locked the bike to a signpost in North Hollywood and soon enough, a man used a wire cutter to break the lock and take off with the bike.
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Published May 02, 2016