PITTSBURGH — The search for Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster's bike is over.
Channel 11 has learned the Smith-Schuster's bike was found around 11 p.m. Tuesday in Mt. Oliver.
A Steelers representative and Smith-Schuster are expected to pick up the bike Wednesday.
Smith-Schuster took to Twitter on Tuesday to post a video, letting his followers know his bike was stolen and he was walking to practice.
That tweet was quickly followed by another showing him riding his bike Monday wearing his Steelers helmet.
Smith-Schuster, the NFL’s youngest player, is known for riding his bike to work.
Teammate Antonio Brown tweeted out his support in helping Smith-Schuster find his bike. Brown's even offering two tickets to a Steeler's home game for whoever returns the bike.
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