Wisconsin Motorcycle Theft Ring Discovered
Police cracked open a Hudson, Wisconsin storage unit earlier this month, and it was that search which led to the dismantling of a major motorcycle theft ring in that state.
View Larger MapA tip led the police to execute a search warrant at a storage unit on October 8th, and the search uncovered parts from 14 stolen motorcycles. Hudson Police Chief Martin Jensen said the total value of the motorcycles was between $200,000 and $300,000.
Jensen said that while most of the owners of the bikes have been identified, his department is still working to identify many of the motorcycle parts. Jensen added that if you’re missing your motorcycle, you should call the Hudson Police at (715) 386-4771.
Jensen said the Washington County Sheriff’s Office, St. Paul Police Department and the North St. Paul Police Department have all worked with Hudson authorities on the case.
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