Sometimes, people feel they have to take matters into their own hands. Clearly, that's what one Toronto cyclist ended up doing. A Toronto stolen bike incident saw the ride of a 19-year-old man by the name of Nicholas stolen from a GO Station only to find it on sale on Kijiji shortly afterwards.\nAccording to CTV, Nicholas locked up his bike at a rack by Mimico station on Wednesday but found it had vanished without a trace when he came back later that day.\nThanks to good old technology, Nicholas was quickly able to find a bike on Kijiji that looked just like his, being sold for $500. He knew it was his.\nThis wasn't just any bike for Nicholas, as his father had given him his bike so this held a lot of sentimental value. A streak of blue spray paint on the right wheel was a telltale sign.\nIn a bid to recover the bike, Nicholas contacted the police for help — the safe and proper way to do things.\nUnfortunately, they weren't able to do anything for him. So, he decided to contact the seller himself and set up a meeting time.\nView this post on Instagram Avoid the hustle and bustle and start your holiday early. #JustGO with an early homebound train on December 22nd or 29th. gotransit.com/JustGO /// Évitez le tohu-bohu et commencez les festivités plus tôt. Partez avec un des premiers trains retour le 22 ou 29 décembre. #JustGO A post shared by GO Transit | 📷 #GOTransitPhoto (@gotransitofficial) on Dec 19, 2017 at 7:43am PST\nThe two met up downtown and Nicholas played the part of the interested buyer until he revealed his true identity to the seller.\nJust like any superhero, he stood his ground and confronted the thief.\nThis kid has stones. Good for him. Glad it worked out— Peter (@leafsin2020) August 8, 2019\nway to be dude.BUT anyone else trying this needs to take people with them, or have them near by.... some thieves can be violent.— JFurr's Ghost Toronto (@ShirtlessHorde) August 8, 2019\nI love this kind of justice!— Richie 🇨🇦 🥅🏒 (@57Richie) August 8, 2019\nGood for him!!— Megan Kelly (@meg211) August 8, 2019\nIt should be noted, though, that although people are praising Nicholas for getting his bike back, this could have had a different result. Confronting a criminal is not recommended.\nMetrolinx has footage of the robbery but is unable to release it at this time since the incident is still under investigation. If the suspect is caught, they could face criminal charges, according to CTV.