At seven in the evening of Monday, May 27, a 53-year-old man chained his motorcycle to a U.S. Post Office mailbox on West End Avenue. The next morning at 7 a.m., he returned to find his motorcycle missing. Video cameras in the vicinity failed to capture the incident. The police conducted a canvass of the area but were unable to locate the bike. The wretched rider stated that he had had three motorcycles stolen in the last seven years. This one was a white 2011 Yamaha WR250R with New York plates, worth $5,500. Perhaps it’s time he switched to mass transit?
Tags: motorcycle theft
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