Police seek two people in relation to campus bike theft spree

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Police seek two people in relation to campus bike theft spree

The two people in this photo are being sought by the Sacramento Police Department for questioning related to the bike theft spree on campus. (Photo from the Sacramento State Police Department)

The two people in this photo are being sought by the Sacramento Police Department for questioning related to the bike theft spree on campus. (Photo from the Sacramento State Police Department)

The two people in this photo are being sought by the Sacramento Police Department for questioning related to the bike theft spree on campus. (Photo from the Sacramento State Police Department)

The two people in this photo are being sought by the Sacramento Police Department for questioning related to the bike theft spree on campus. (Photo from the Sacramento State Police Department)

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UPDATE: Fri., Nov. 4 at 1:42 p.m. — The original version of this story falsely reported that all three campus bike compounds for general use will be closed at night and on weekends. In fact, only bike compound one by the Guy West Bridge will be closed at night and on weekends.

The Sacramento State Police Department is seeking two individuals for questioning in relation to a recent spree of bike thefts on campus.

The police put two images of the couple on its Facebook page Wednesday afternoon. Both are riding bikes and are wearing long coats — one red and one dark — and long pants. At least one has dark hair.

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The most recent bike theft occurred Tuesday morning, according to police.

As of Oct. 31, bike compound one will be closed from midnight to 6 a.m. on weekdays and on all weekends in an attempt to address the spree.

Sac State Police urge anyone with information to call 916-278-6000.

The State Hornet will update this story as more information becomes available.

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