Re: what did you do to your motorized bicycle today?
I hope that it isn't foul play, but I'm not sure how to tell for sure in your circumstance. I do however did once park a motorcycle behind the building I worked at and locked with chain. Also the key for the bike was for ignition and fork lock. What was not locked closed was the seat with battery and fuse underneath. The battery was not gone when I could not start it late at night, but the fuse was gone. I looked around and back then there were still pop top tabs that came off of cans. I removed the ring and rolled the remaining metal in the form of a fuse and started it up later to get a real fuse back in place. This I know was someone that probably didn't like the noise of the bike. I later rolled the bike to the street and started it there instead of the alley.