Motorcycle stolen from Biggenden

MISSING BIKE: Maryborough police are on calling for public assistance.
MISSING BIKE: Maryborough police are on calling for public assistance. Alistair Brightman

MARYBOROUGH Police are appealing for public assistance to help locate a missing Harley Davidson motorcycle which was allegedly stolen from a Biggenden address.

The incident took place between 6.30pm and midnight on November 11, a Maryborough police spokesperson said.

The spokesperson said the motorcycle was locked and secured at the time when unknown offenders have managed to unlock, start and remove the motorcycle.

"The stolen motorbike is a black Harley Davison 2008 Ultra Classic, with a 96 cubic inch engine, with black panier bags bearing Queensland registration 13KID,” the spokesperson said.

"If anyone has any information please contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 and quote police reference number QP1701984778.”

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