Police on lookout for “particularly” loud stolen ATV

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Model similar to stolen ATV

UPPER ALLEN TWP., PA(WPMT) – Police in Cumberland County are on the lookout for a stolen ATV after an early Thanksgiving Day break-in at a garage in the 1700 block of Fisher Road.

Upper Allen Police the thieves broke into several vehicles inside the garage. A  An Alpine dash monitor was stolen from one of the vehicles. They removed two dirt bikes which were abandoned at the end of the driveway, presumably because they did not start.

One suspect fled the scene on an ATV stolen from the same garage. The ATV is a 2001 Yamaha Raptor 660 ATV, black & white on color.  Police released a photo of a  similar ATV.

The Raptor is equipped with a White Brothers E Series pipe and is louder than normal. Police were able to establish that the thief rode the ATV to William Grove Road and headed west toward W. Lisburn Road. The ATV was last heard in the area of Monroe Acres just off William Grove Road at about 3:00-3:30 AM.

Police ask any residents that heard a loud ATV early Thanksgiving morning, particularly those in the area of the following streets, to please call police with any information:
Williams Grove Road
West Lisburn Road
Westview Drive
Flamingo Drive
Widders Drive

Upper Allen Police can be reached at (717) 238-9676. An anonymous tip line is also available by calling or texting 717-850-UAPD (8273). Anonymous tips can also be submitted online by visiting: http://www.upperallenpolice.com