Intruders ride motorcycles out of Harley-Davidson dealer in Indiana Police in Indiana launched monitoring video on March 18 revealing 4 break-in believes inside a Harley-Davidson dealership each riding out on motorbikes. Credit – Kokomo Police Department via Storyful KOKOMO, Ind. – Police in Indiana are looking for burglary suspects who stole four bikes worth a combined worth of nearly $100,000 from a Harley-Davidson dealer and rode right out of the buildings front door. The break-in was reported March 17 at a car dealership in the city of Kokomo, about an hour north of Indianapolis. Surveillance video from inside the dealer recorded the four suspects at approximately 3:22 a.m. getting in the display room flooring. All were wearing “concealable clothes and motorbike helmets,” the Kokomo Police Department said. “The suspects had the ability to begin the motorbikes and ride out of the structure through the main showroom doors,” the department composed in a post. The heist was caught on video at a dealer in the city of Kokomo, Indiana, on March 17, 2021. (Photo credit: Kokomo Police Department via Storyful) The suspects, who took a 2020 Street Glide Special motorbike and three 2021 Street Glide Special bikes, fled southbound on the nearby State Road 931. The total worth of the taken bikes was estimated to be more than $95,000, police said.Anyone with information about the case was asked to call the Kokomo Police Department at (765) 456-7017. RELATED: Funeral house van with body inside taken from Missouri corner store parking lotThis story was reported from Cincinnati.

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