Motorcycle Parts Stolen In Norwalk

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NORWALK, Conn. – Between $25,000 and $40,000 worth of motorcycle parts were reported stolen from a home on Bayne Street Wednesday, police said.

The parts, which were to various brands of motorcycles, were being stored in the basement of the home by the owner of a defunct Stamford motorcycle shop, according to police. The owner temporarily was storing the parts until he could get a new shop up and running.

The theft was reported at about 9 a.m. Wednesday after it was discovered. Police said the burglars broke into the basement through an unlocked door.

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Joeysmiths:

I *sniff sniff* smell INSURANCE JOB.

The Norwalk Truth:

I knew a guy that use to go to the shop from Port Chester. I think he belongs to that little motorcycle group the queens of Port Chester

Pony Tail Steve:

I wonder if that is Mikes stuff? He used to work on my bikes all the time. Had a small shop near the cove, and my friend lived upstairs.
Hope he has insurance

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