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SPCD Searching for Motorcycle Thief

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A motorcycle was stolen in the Town of Southampton.

North Sea, NY - June 19, 2014 - Suffolk County Crime Stoppers and Southampton Town Police are seeking the public’s help to identify and locate the person or people who stole a motorcycle in North Sea.
 
A 2009 Honda CRF450R motorcycle was stolen from Noyac Road on May 5, 2014 at approximately 11:30 p.m. A white male was seen in the area of the theft pushing the motorcycle toward a white Chevrolet Silverado with a Salt Life logo sticker on the rear window.
 
Below are photos of similar vehicles and a logo like the one on the window.
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