KSP asks for public’s help finding stolen motorcycle

stolen motorcycle (Source: KSP)
stolen motorcycle (Source: KSP)

LIVINGSTON COUNTY, Ky. (KBSI) – Kentucky State Police are asking for the public’s help finding a stolen motorcycle.

Kentucky State Police (KSP), Post 1 received a call from a Livingston County resident on December 27, 2022 reporting his motorcycle had been stolen.

The motorcycle was reportedly stolen from the area of Nelms Lane in Salem between November 27 and December 25, according to KSP.

The motorcycle is described as a 2018 black Harley Davidson Road Glide Special. There was damage to the front faring, front forks, and engine of the motorcycle from a previous crash. The motorcycle has black 12 inch Lucky Daves T-Bars, a Screamin’ Eagle heavy breather, a black Saddlemen Step-Up seat with red stitching, and Thunderheader exhaust.

Anyone with information about the theft or whereabouts of this motorcycle is asked to contact KSP Post 1 by calling (270) 856-3721.

The investigation is ongoing.

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