Bike thieves take off with $62,000 in high-end rides from Carbondale store |

Bike thieves take off with $62,000 in high-end rides from Carbondale store

Burglars in Carbondale made off with seven high-end bicycles worth $62,000 in a theft last week, police said Thursday.

On Saturday morning the shop manager at Basalt Bike and Ski on Colorado 133 discovered the thefts, indicating the burglary must have occurred the previous night.

The store’s door looked to have been pried open.

Carbondale police ask that anyone with information about the incident call 970-963-2662.

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