Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance needs help to find $15,000 in stolen tools

December 6, 2011

By Staff

NEW — 6 a.m. Dec. 6, 2011

Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance members need help to recover $15,000 worth of equipment and tools stolen from Duthie Hill Park near Issaquah.

Thieves broke into the nonprofit organization’s tool locker and trailer late Nov. 29 or early Nov. 30.

The group is asking for members of the public to replace tools, track the missing tools or donate to fund replacements. Meanwhile, the King County Sheriff’s Office is investigating.

The missing equipment includes chainsaws and more. The organization posted a detailed list and photos of the stolen items on its forum.

Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance members and King County partnered to create the 120-acre park on the Sammamish Plateau. The park opened to mountain bikers last year.

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One Response to “Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance needs help to find $15,000 in stolen tools”

  1. Ray Sauce on December 9th, 2011 4:01 pm

    Its really sad that someone would steal all that stuff from an organization that did so much for the community. I had the pleasure of riding over there when I first got my mountain bike. This is the one I have http://www.2wheelbikes.com/sx30-mountain-bike.html

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