The pink Giant bike was stolen from the backyard of a house in the Somerset subdivision in Pitt Meadows overnight Sunday.

Bike stolen from Pitt backyard

The bike is the owner's only mode of transportation

A powder pink bicycle was stolen from the backyard of  Pitt Meadow house on Sunday.

The bike was chained to a patio table and locked with a titanium lock.

Renee Speck last saw the bike when she locked it around 8 p.m. Sunday. When she woke up the next morning, the bike, which is her only mode of transportation, had disappeared.

“I just want them to put it back,” said Speck, who is unable to drive because of a  disability.

• If you see the stolen 2009 Giant FCR bike, call police at 604-463-6251 or turn it in at the RCMP detachment.

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