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Mike De Sisti, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
A vintage Harley Davidson motorcycle is missing and Tulare County detectives are hoping the public might know where to find it.
The red and black motorcycle has been gone for more than four days and detectives are looking for new leads.
On Christmas Eve, deputies were called to the 2400 block of North E Street in Tulare regarding a residential burglary.
The caller told deputies someone walked onto the property and took a 1942 Harley Davidson motorcycle, as well as other items.
Deputies didn’t say how much the motorcycle is valued at or what was taken from the home.
Detectives with the sheriff’s Investigation Unit were called to collect evidence and interview any witnesses.
The License Plate number on the Harley is 4P9283. The vehicle identification number is DEF74742. Investigation detectives are hoping the public can help return the motorcycle to the owners.
Anyone with information is encouraged to call Detective Rick Morley at 733-6218 or (800) 808-0488.
Anonymous information about this crime can be reported via Tipnow email firstname.lastname@example.org, text or voicemail at 725-4194 or download the Tipnow app for Android or Apple phones.
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