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Motorcycle theft – Smithfield Railway Station

Posted on 31/01/2023

At about 10pm on Friday, 9th December 2022 three unknown male suspects were caught on CCTV at the Smithfield Railway Station Carpark.

The trio approached the victim’s orange and black 2012 KTM 690 Duke Motorcycle and stole it, wheeling it from the carpark along a walking path.

Suspect 1 is described as Caucasian, stocky build, with long brown dreadlocks which were tied back in a ponytail. He was wearing cargo pants and a Hi-Viz orange long sleeved work shirt/jumper.

Suspect 2 is described as Caucasian, dark short hair, with a medium build. He was wearing black/dark coloured pants and t-shirt.

Suspect 3 is described as Caucasian, dark short hair, with a medium to strong build, and a sleeve tattoo on his right forearm. He was wearing black/dark coloured pants and t-shirt.

If you have any information you can anonymously share what you know with Crime Stoppers on freecall 1800 333 000 or online at https://crimestopperssa.com.au

Please quote reference number 23-02TV.




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