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Netizen appeals for Fb shares to get stolen bike returned

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Nia Insyirah took to her Facebook account on Sunday, June 24, to post about a motorcycle that was stolen from Jalan Beladau earlier that day. She pointed out the particular heartlessness of the timing of the theft, as it happened while it’s still Hari Raya.

She also emphasized that the owner of the bike worked hard to pay for it, and used it not only to travel from home to work and vice versa, but also to do delivery work using the bike, for the sake of additional income, and what a pity it was that the bike was gone in a matter of seconds.

Ms. Insyirah posted photos and a video not only of the stolen bike with a local license plate, but what seems to be CCTV footage of the theft itself. A man, whose face cannot be seen by the camera because he is wearing a blue helmet, is first seen to tamper with the motorcycle, and then drive away with it.

Ms. Insyirah put up her post in the hope that it would be widely shared so that the motorcycle might be found. The bike, which has a front plate FR 3138, was parked in front of Hotel 101 in Malaysia. The full address can be found in the post.

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Netizens responded to the post, which had been shared more than 550 times.

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