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Two unidentified street bike thieves caught on camera in Kirkland
According to Washington’s Most Wanted, two male thieves stole a street bike from a Kirkland parking garage last week.
The men were videotaped as they casually rolled the Honda CBR street bike into a large white van - 2010 or newer Ford Econoline, stated the Washington’s Most Wanted April 27 report.
A witness reportedly saw part of the license plate number, which includes the letters “CIP.”
One man wore a white hoodie sweatshirt with glasses, while the other was seen wearing a Boston Red Sox letterman-style jacket. Both appear to be of Caucasian decent.
To identify the thieves, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS or Kirkland police at (425) 587-3400.