Teens Who Allegedly Stole Motorcycles From Hector’s Powersports Arrested

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JAMESTOWN – All motorcycles stolen from Hector’s Powersports, 1200 E. Second St., Tuesday have been located by Jamestown Police Investigators.

Police said the dirt bikes were found in a back yard of an address on Newton Avenue.







Police said they are charging three 16-year-old with the alleged thefts.







Police allege the teens broke a window and entered the store while a third waited outside. They then pushed the motorcycles toward the Jamestown Community College Campus.

Police said the bikes are yellow and white Suzuki 50 motocross motorcycles.













Investigators told WNYNewsNow that the suspects were seen pushing the motorcycles up Clyde Avenue at about 6 a.m.

Anyone with information on the break-in, suspects or location of the missing motorcycle is asked to contact the Jamestown Police Department at (716) 753-7537 or 483-TIPS (8477) or by using the Tips 411 Ap.

Police are reviewing video from the store and local homes and businesses.

Related reporting: Police, Crime Scene Unit Respond To Alarm At Hector’s Powersports

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