Five Vintage Motorcycles Stolen

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The Saline County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the theft of five vintage motorcycles.

According to the agency, two properties in Gypsum were recently broken into, and the vintage motorcycles were taken.  A 70-year-old man who owned the properties recently discovered that his two locations were broken into after hearing reports from his neighbors.

Saline County Sheriff Roger Soldan says one of the properties is in the the 200 block of Spring Street, while the other is in the 400 block of Maple Street. 

The thefts happened while the 70-year-old owner was living in Arizona. The last time he had visited the property was on October 1st of last year. 

Neighbors who were looking after the property were mowing the area, and  stumbled upon a broken door.

The vintage motorcycles at the Spring Street location were three antique Harley Davidsons, including:

A blue 1952 Harley Davidson Panhead valued at $30,000.A red 1945 Harley Davidson Knucklehead valued at $100,000. A red 1942 Harley Davidson Knucklehead valued at $50,000.

At the Maple Street location the suspect disassembled a $30,000 1956 Harley Davidson Panhead, leaving it in pieces. A 1973 Harley Davidson Electra Glide valued at $10,000 was stolen.

Total loss and damage is estimated at $220,100.

If you have any knowledge of the case please contact authorities. 

 



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