Twitter, Facebook blitz returns stolen bike to Toronto woman
Meg Norton had her new $1,000 bike stolen last week, and then started a campaign to get it recovered.
Norton also made her pleas for the bike’s return on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
Meanwhile, a musician who bought the bike for $100 from a woman off the street realized something was fishy. As the Star reported, Valery Gore was wondering: How could a pricey item be pawned off on the street for a hundred bucks?
Gore’s husband ultimately spotted a poster on the street, and then told his wife about the missing bike.
Using the hashtag #ReturnMegsBike, Valery connected with Meg...and Meg tells me she was reconnected with her pride and joy within 13 hours.
Has social media helped you find something that was lost or stolen?- Maurice Cacho, MSN Tech & Gadgets