The mystery has been solved and JuJu Smith-Schuster’s stolen bike has been found, so job well done, #TeamFindJujusBike.
On Tuesday, the Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver tookto social media to share the sad news that his beloved bike had been stolen. That meant Smith-Schuster was forced to walk to and from practice since his wheels were gone.
But on Wednesday morning, there was some good news.
After a city-wide manhunt for the stolen bike, it was returned to its rightful owner. The bike was returned to the Mt. Oliver Police Department.
— Josh Sánchez (@jnsanchez) October 25, 2017
Apparently, the man who turned in the bike had purchased it for $200 and did not know it was stolen until he saw the story circulating around the news. At least that’s his story, and we’re sure he’ll stick to it.
From Pittsburgh reporter Lisa Washington:
— Lisa Washington (@LisaWashing) October 25, 2017
We’re just happy that JuJu Smith-Schuster can get around Pittsburgh a lot easier now.
And to you social media critics: See, sometimes the power of the internet can be used for good. We just reunited two long lost friends.
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