If I find a bike and no one claims it, may I keep it?

First, you should report it to the police so that a found property report can be generated and we can check to see if it has been reported lost or stolen. If you keep it and do not report it as found property, you may later be accused of stealing it. The bike will be taken and stored at the police department for sixty days. After that time, if no one claims it, you may contact us and request that the bike be given to you. We will consider that request, and if no other reports are found for that item, it can be given to you.

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1. Where can I renew my driver's license?
2. Why do I have to have an alarm permit for my home or business?
3. How do I pick up lost or recovered property from the Police Department?
4. My bike was lost or stolen. What should I do?
5. I found a bike. What should I do?
6. If I find a bike and no one claims it, may I keep it?
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8. Who determines the speed limit?
9. What should I do if I have a concern about speeders in my neighborhood?
10. What is the speed limit in my neighborhood?
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