The Navy is asking for the public's help in locating 16 stolen bikes that are used by wounded warriors.

According to a report, the custom-made bikes were stolen from the nonprofit group Ride2Recovery in San Diego.

The locks on the shed were intact, but the bikes were determined to be missing Tuesday morning.

The bikes, which are valued at about $10,000, have the words "ride to recovery" printed on them.

The bikes are a vital form of therapy for the heroes who enjoy riding in them are used in group rides that raise money for injured veterans. 

The nonprofit group says riding the bikes gives injured veterans a sense of freedom and helps them deal with their disability, as well as post-traumatic stress disorder.

If you want to help in the effort to replace these valuable bikes, check out the group's website, here.