ASPEN, Colo. (AP) - A Colorado man whose bike was stolen says he bears no grudges against a remorseful person who returned it with a handwritten note of apology that was signed "Drunk."
Aspen resident Jay Maytin says he's just happy to be back on his Trek.
The Pitkin County Sheriff's Office says the bike was left near the sheriff's office and police department with a note that said: "Sorry. I stole this bike. I rode it home. Please give it back _ Drunk."
Police tell the Aspen Times ( http://bit.ly/GAML20) there were no witnesses.
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