PITTSBURGH (AP) — Somebody is playing hide and seek with JuJu Smith-Schuster's bike.

The Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver says someone stole the bike he uses to commute from the team's facility to his nearby apartment.

The 20-year-old Smith-Schuster is working on getting his driver's license and regularly bikes to and from work.

Smith-Schuster took to Twitter on Tuesday asking for help and launched the hashtag #TeamFineJuJusBike.

Smith-Schuster, whose three touchdowns this season tied for the most by a player before their 21st birthday, received an assist from teammate Antonio Brown. Brown is offering two tickets to a Steelers home game if the bike is returned.

Smith-Schuster, the NFL's youngest player, grew up in Long Beach, California. He says there was no need to get a driver's license while attending college at USC because of the school's ride-sharing program.

Smith-Schuster has become an instant hit in Pittsburgh for his touchdown celebrations.

The latest came in a victory over Cincinnati last Sunday when he and running back Le'Veon Bell played "hide and seek" after Smith-Schuster hauled in a 31-yard scoring pass from Ben Roethlisberger.

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