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Burglars Steal Man’s ‘Screamin’ Eagle’

December 6, 2012, 12:59 pm

A rare Harley-Davidson has been stolen from a motorcycle enthusiast in

It happened between 10.35pm last Saturday (1 December 2012) and 4.45pm
on Sunday (2 December 2012) when thieves broke into a detached garage in
the back garden of a house in Gardiner Terrace, Stanton Hill.

Enquiries are being made in the area. Police believe the burglars used
another vehicle to remove the chopper-style bike from the premises.

The bike is a limited edition 1800 CC Screamin Eagle Harley-Davidson in red
and black.

Owner Liam Foley said: “Ive not long had it out on the road, and it was a
good weather bike at that.

“It was a limited edition bike so there will be very few on the roads. Fellow
bikers would definitely notice it if they saw it but I would ask anyone who sees
it to call police.

“My wife and I are avid bikers and this one we liked to get about on. Please
call police if you know who took it from us.”

Witnesses or anyone who knows the whereabouts of the motorbike should
contact Nottinghamshire Police on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on
0800 555 111.

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