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The story of a Scottish man who found a stolen bike while helping a passerby fix it is a topic of discussion. 



According to foreign media such as Glasgow Live on the 13th local time, John Devlin (64) found Paul Harty (46) fixing the handlebars on his way home in the morning after finishing his night shift in June. 



Devlin stopped on her way and asked Hati, "Do you need help?"

Hati replied, "The steering wheel doesn't move well." 



Devlin, who helped fix the steering wheel, found familiar stickers on the frame of the bike.

The helmet on the bike was also familiar. 



Devlin immediately realized that his bike had been stolen and shouted, "This is mine!" Hati suddenly pulled out a weapon to threaten Devlin and ran away.  



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As a result of the police investigation, it was confirmed that Hati forcibly opened the lock on the door of Devlin's warehouse early this morning and stole the bicycle inside. 



Devlin's wife stated, "When I woke up around 6:30 in the morning, the warehouse door was broken and things were scattered all over the place." 



Hati pleaded guilty to all charges in court on the 13th and was sentenced to one year and three months in prison.



This is a 'news pick'.       

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