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JuJu Smith-Schuster’s stolen bike recovered by police (pic)

Case closed.

The police department in Mt. Oliver, Pa., have recovered the stolen bike of JuJu Smith-Schuster, ending a days-long saga concerning the whereabouts of the Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver’s only means of transportation.

CBS Pittsburgh (KDKA-TV) were the first to report the bicycle’s recovery early Wednesday morning. It allegedly was in the possession of a man who had purchased it without knowing it had been stolen.

Photographic evidence has since been provided that the bicycle indeed is in the possession of the police.

Via CBS Pittsburgh:

Mt. Oliver Police Chief Matt Juzwick says someone had bought Smith-Schuster’s bike on the street for $200.

“The male said he saw the bike was on the news and [then knew] who the bike belonged to and wanted to turn it over to police,” said Juzwick.

Chief Juzwick adds the male described the person he bought the bike from and that at this time, there are not any charges expected against the man that turned the bike into police.

Smith-Schuster’s missing bike odyssey has been quite the story in Pittsburgh in recent days. It’s nice to know that soon enough Smith-Schuster — who doesn’t even have a driver’s license — won’t have to hoof it to practice anymore.