Man charged after 4 bikes stolen from Wounded Warrior Project found

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A man has been charged after police raided a home late Tuesday night and found some high-end bicycles and gear allegedly stolen from the Wounded Warrior Project.

Forty-eight-year-old Roy Bowman is charged with theft-receiving stolen property.

Police responded around 8 a.m. Aug. 13 to the Renaissance Hotel on the 500 block of Steven Drive in Tinicum Township, Delaware County, for a reported stolen vehicle.

The victim told police he parked a U-Haul truck in the parking lot of the hotel. When he woke, he discovered the vehicle and all of its contents were missing.

The stolen U-Haul contained multiple bicycles, parts and equipment, with an estimated total value of $37,000, belonging to the Wounded Warrior Project.

On Tuesday, four of the nine bikes stolen at the hotel were recovered at a Northeast Philadelphia home on the 4100 block of Sterling Street.

Police believe the remaining five bikes might be in a U-Haul truck parked somewhere in Northeast Philadelphia.

Bowman was placed under arrest and charged.

The investigation is ongoing.
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