He wheeled the bike back into the garage and put it on the stand as the home’s dog approached, according to video posted to Facebook by the San Diego Police Department on Aug. 3.
“You’re the coolest dog I’ve ever known. I love you too. … You’re a sweetheart,” the man can be heard saying in the video before giving the dog some belly rubs.
Now police said they are looking for the man accused of stealing the bike, which is “not your average bike,” on July 15.
The black 2019 Electra 3-speed bike is “distinctive, with ‘8-ball’ caps on the tire valves, an ‘8-ball’ logo on the frame and a rear wheel frame marked with a checkered black and white pattern”, according to the police.
Anyone who recognizes the man or the stolen bicycle is asked to contact the San Diego Police Department at 619-531-2000.
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