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Bicycle thieves caught in the act on ECU's campus

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Lori Ann Little Lori Ann Little
GREENVILLE, N.C. -

East Carolina University Police have arrested two suspects following a string of bicycle thefts on campus.

Thomas Hardy, 35, of Greenville is charged with five counts of misdemeanor larceny. His bond was set at $6,000.

Lori Ann Little, 30, of Washington, N.C., faces a felony count of identity theft, five misdemeanor larceny charges, one count each of resisting a public officer, failure to appear for obtaining property by false pretenses, and failure to appear for driving while license revoked. Her bond was set at $13,000.

Lt. Chris Sutton with the ECU Police Department said additional charges may be filed as the investigation continues into other unsolved bicycle thefts on campus.

Hardy and Little were arrested last Thursday when ECU police officers stopped the pair and found two bikes in their possession that had just been taken from near the Brewster Building.

Officers also recognized the pair from campus surveillance photos.

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