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24 Hour Fitness Pleasanton - History of cut locks/theft?

Original post made by Resident , Valley Trails, on Oct 5, 2018

Yesterday a friend visiting from out of town went to work out at 24 Hour Fitness here in Pleasanton. He locked his bag in the locker with a lock he brought with him. After working out and returning to the locker room, he noticed the top of a lock on the floor and his locker unlocked. When he looked into his gym bag, his wallet was missing.

He reported the incident to the 24 HR management, who seemed surprised at this report. He then went to the bank and learned that over $2,000 was charged at Macy's at Stoneridge. Obviously, he canceled all his cards and then went to file a report with the Pleasanton Police Department.

In talking with the officer who took his report, the officer told him this was a common occurrence with our local 24 Hour Fitness. Additionally, he learned that over $3,500 total was charged between Macy's and Neiman Marcus in WC as he was requesting the times of the transactions so that the police could pull the video tapes of the transactions.

For those working out at 24 Hour, please be forewarned that the management of 24 Hour is well aware that theft in the locker rooms is occurring, but is doing nothing about it. May be time to put the 24 Hour staff on notice and demand that they do something for their members.


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Posted by DG
a resident of Mission Park
on Oct 7, 2018 at 4:11 pm

I sued 24 hour Fitness and won, my son had his locker broken into and car keys and money taken, they went to the parking lot and stole his car. 24hr doesn't care, no one is at the front desk making sure paying members are entering.


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Posted by DKHSK
a resident of Bridle Creek
on Oct 8, 2018 at 8:59 am

DKHSK is a registered user.

Go workout at ClubSport.


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