Some students prefer to bike to school, but with campus bike theft on the rise, they may choose to reconsider parking their bikes at places like the David O. McKay library. There has been a 460 percent increase in bike theft since 2009. JORDAN HINCKLEY | Scroll Photography

Campus bike theft doubled in last year


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Gunderson said many students think that a lower crime rate in Rexburg means they can leave their doors unlocked.

In correlation to this, many students don’t lock their bikes either.

“Our biggest problem with crime prevention is the false sense of security,” Gunderson said.

It is considered petty theft, which is a misdemeanor, to steal a bike. If the bike is worth more than $1,000 it is grand theft, which is a felony.

It’s important students realize this, Gunderson said, because many bikes on campus are valuable enough that stealing them would be considered grand theft.

The Safety & Security office is located in Kimball 150.



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