Detectives in Osceola County are asking for the public's help in finding the origins of a bicycle.
Police believe this isn't just an ordinary bike but the one used by the person suspected in the June 29th Lake-Osceola State Bank robbery.
According to detectives, a repainted gold bike was recovered just north of Hemlock Street in the village of Tustin following the June 29th robbery.
The bike has 26-inch wheels, a cloth covered seat and the original color is believed to be black. There was no name brand found on the bike and it is equipped with Shimano running gear and brakes. Detectives note many bike manufacturers use the Shimano brand.
Anyone with information regarding the bike is asked to contact the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office at (231) 832-2228, the Silent Observer Program at (231) 590-0533 or visit casotips.com.