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Oneonta Police Search

For Stolen Motorcycle

Have You Seen This Motorcycle? Police allege it was stolen over the weekend of April 22-24.
Have You Seen This Motorcycle? Police allege it was stolen over the weekend of April 22-24.

ONEONTA – Oneonta Police are searching a racing motorcycle and gear that were stolen during a burglary in the city two weeks ago.

A “highly modified” 2013 Suzuki GSXR, along with a jacket, helmet and gloves were stolen from 115 Chestnut Street sometime between Friday, April 22 and Sunday, April 24. The motorcycle is highly modified for track racing only and not street legal.  It has no lights, turn signals or mirrors.

Anyone with information regarding the theft is encouraged to contact the Oneonta Police Department Detective Division at 607.432.1111 option 4.  Detective Sergeant Witzenburg or Detective Torres.



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