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Police seeking stolen motorcycle

DOUGHERTY CO., GA (WALB) - Dougherty County Police are asking your help finding an expensive stolen motorcycle.

This the missing 2004 Suzuki G-S-X-1300-R.

It was taken off John Jackson's trailer on Moultrie Road and Spring Flats Road around noon on August 2nd.

 The motorcycle is worth $20,000.  

Investigators say it stands out because it has several custom chrome attachments and a black paint job.


Dougherty County Police Detective Don Eubanks said "They call it a bowling ball paint job.  It's very noticeable.  It's not a flat finish.  It's got like a texture to it."

The motorcycle has "Triple J" painted on the gas tank. 

 The Georgia tag is C-Y-2-3-1-V. 

 If you have any information call CRIMESTOPPERS at 436-TIPS. Copyright 2014 WALB.  All rights reserved.


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