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“A thick, metal chain looped around Jarrad Rolon’s bicycle three times. The lock wrapped around the bike’s frame and wheels, tightly securing his bike to the stairwell near his third-floor residence in East Campus Apartments.
But the key lock was not enough to stop thieves from swiping the mechanical engineering sophomore’s bike.”
However, article author Nicholas Persac has made a juicy spelling mistake:
“Dakre Simmons, manager of The Bicycle Shop on Highland Road near campus, said there are two main types of bicycles locks - steal cables and u-locks.”