A stolen bicycle worth 12.000 Euro (about 90.000 kuna) was discovered in a store of used goods in Spanish Malaga, where it was offered for sale for a hundred dollars - 120 Euro (about 900 kuna).

Officers entered the store, looking for stolen goods, and saw a bicycle with exceptional technical features.

Later it became apparent that he belonged to a bicycle competing in the traditional "Vuelta a Espana" cycling race, which is driving all over the country. On Sunday, the last day of the race, he returned to the owner and was the biker of the Australian team Orica Greenledge.

The police statement states that team members have failed to report theft.

The police found that the bicycle stole and sold the used goods sold to a Malaga resident with a longer police record. The participants of the "Vuelta a Espana" race in Malaga reached 24. August as part of the third stage of the three-week race ending Sunday in Madrid.

(Hina)