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I have a bicycle frame that says dyno gt S7FY02885, I need to know as much information as possible my records, to verify it's not stolen & to hopefully register it

Dyno GT- S7FY02885 CHROME BMX/FREESTYLE

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Check with local police to register bike and to see if they have a record of it being stolen. Otherwise Google stolen bicycle, but be aware that there's nothing you can do to verify for sure that it is not stolen. Keep a record of your efforts, in case someone claims later that it is stolen, so that you aren't charged with receiving stolen property. You can also get a statement from the seller that they have legal ownership of the bike.

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Sorry this is not the police dept nor the registration site .

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