ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - An Albuquerque family wants to know why someone repeatedly vandalizes a ghost bike placed in the honor of a man hit and killed by a driver.
David Anderson died three years ago near Paseo del Norte and Rio Grande when Miranda Pacheco lost control of her car.
She flew off Paseo and through a fence, hitting him.
A ghost bike was placed at the site of the crash, but vandals keep tearing it apart.
His family wants the vandals caught.
They do plan on replacing the stolen parts.
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