Saturday, June 2, 2012

Six Harley-davidsons Stolen, Two Recovered, Suspect Apprehended In Tulsa, Oklahoma

Tulsa Police have announced that they have captured the man who, they say, stole half a dozen Harley-Davidson motorcycles from Myers-Duren Harley Davidson just a few days earlier.

The police say that the pre-owned bikes were taken from crates that had been left outside the Tulsa dealership. At the time of this writing, two of the motorcycles have been recovered. In fact, it was the recovery of one of the motorcycles back to the suspect, Ronnie Clabough, that lead to his arrest.

Talking about the tracking of the stolen bike, Officer Leland Ashley said, That's really what led us to this guy, there was someone who said, this doesn't look right, that's a real nice expensive looking bike, I don't think that bike belongs here in this location and they gave us a call."

The bikes are worth approximately ,000 each.

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