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Help catch a theif in Williamsburg VA

It’s a poor quality photo but does anyone recognize the male and female in this photo ?

imageAfter 15 years in business with no theft, Bikes Unlimited bike shop owner Barry Herneisey was hit in broad daylight while they were open

Surveillance video captured a man and woman stealing a $7,200 bike from Bikes Unlimited in Williamsburg Shopping Center on Thursday. (WATCH IT HERE)

Local bike shop owner Barry Herneisey  said three people were involved in the theft of a Bianchi  928 bicycle valued at $7200 . The couple who stole the Bianchi road bike were apparently aided by another man who entered shop about five minutes later and occupied Herneisey. It was the most expensive bike in Herneisey’s inventory.

You can watch the theft on the video below. The theft occurs about 7 minutes into the video. Among those who saw the video were the owners of Bike Beat at Monticello Marketplace, who then contacted Herneisey.

The couple was described as Hispanic, with the man standing about 5-feet-7 and the woman about 5-feet-3.

If you have any information on this theft please call Bikes Unlimited 757 229 4620

A Five Hundred Dollar Reward will be paid by Mr Williamsburg for information leading to the arrest of the thieves and recovery of the bike

Please help us catch the crooks that stole from our local bike shop. They stole a Bianchi 928 that was worth thousands. You can see them enter the store around the 14:04 mark and they leave with the bike at the 14:09 mark. The camera system and recovered footage was done by Xactec here in Williamsburg, VA.

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