holy cow!

That’s my bike shop! I’m going to have to drop by the shop to wish them well.

Employee sprayed in face during attempted burglary

A female employee at Campus Wheelworks, 744 Elmwood Ave., was sprayed in the face with Mace and assaulted shortly before noon Sunday by a burglar who forced his way inside the business and jumped on her back, Northwest District police said.
When a male employee tackled the assailant, police said, the man ran out, breaking the glass in the front door.

Police said the burglar left behind a pair of homemade brass knuckles and a black sweat shirt.

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