Eagle-Eye Crime Stoppers be on the lookout for an unusual motorcycle that was stolen this week in Franklin County.
Franklin County Sheriff's Office is on the hunt for a stolen motorcycle that was taken from Road 60. Its unusual coloring could help make it easier to identify. Here is what the Franklin County Sheriff's posted on their Facebook page the details of the incident:
FCSO would like help locating the motorcycle (WA 3E4785) from the picture below. The motorcycle was taken from 2515 Road 60 sometime between 1100- 1300. If you have any information or see a bike matching the description please contact Emergency Services reference case number 21-01810
If you see this bike, call the FCSO at (509) 628-0333.
Let's see if we can this motorcycle back to its rightful owner so keep your eyes peeled for it.
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