Owner stops for a bite to eat, someone steals his motorcycle

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West Shore Regional Police are seeking help from the public in locating a stolen motorcycle.  Around 2:40 pm, on Sunday August 4, 2013, the owner stopped at Dukes Riverside, 313 South Front St, Wormleysburg, to have something to eat. He was inside for about 20 minutes and when he came back out he discovered that his motorcycle had been taken. Police released photos of the stolen bike hoping that someone will recognize it.


The missing bike is a 2005 Harley Davidson Screaming Eagle Electra Glide with a Screaming Eagle 103 Stroker Twin Cam v-twin engine. It has a 2 tone candy cherry, screaming eagle, paint set with ghost flames in the front fairing. The bike has a smoke tinted short windshield and a chrome skull horn cover. The skull theme is also used on the gas tank, engine case covers and the linkage. There is also a removable driver’s back seat, a detachable chopped tour-pack, with interior light and carry out liner and a custom front wheel with floating chrome 6 piston calipers.


Anyone with any information on this bike, please contact the West Shore Regional Police Department at (717) 238-9676.

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