Stolen Cannonball Run Motorcycles Recovered

September 24, 2014
Byron Wilson
Byron Wilson
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On the night of September 22, 2014, four vintage Harley-Davidsons, a trailer and Ford F250 were stolen in Tacoma, Washington. According to reports from King 5 news out of Seattle, those motorcycles have now been found.

Following the announcement of the theft a social media blitz ensued as well as media coverage from a number of local and national outlets looking for the stolen items. The following night, authorities found the F250 outside of town but were still unable to locate the trailer or motorcycles. The King 5 report indicates that a worker in Seattle’s SoDo district saw the trailer, with logos blacked out, parked near the Old Rainier Brewery. He recognized the contents inside as the same from Facebook posts seen earlier and alerted authorities.