BURGLARS were caught rolling out of a motorcycle shop riding four stolen Harley-Davidsons – worth an estimated $95,000.
Surveillance video captured the crooks riding the motorcycles right out the front door of a dealership in Kokomo, Indiana, early on Wednesday morning.
Kokomo Police shared the footage to their Facebook page, and said the four suspects entered the dealership at 3.22am, “wearing concealable clothing and motorcycle helmets.”
“The suspects were able to start the motorcycles and ride out of the building through the main showroom doors,” police said.
The suspects were captured heading southbound on State Road 931, police said.
The department asked that anyone who has any information on the stolen motorcycles to contact police.
The stolen vehicles were listed as three 2021 Street Glide Special motorcycles and one 2020 Street Glide Special motorcycle, police said.
While the Harley thieves can clearly be seen in the surveillance video, the footage does not appear to show any distinguishing factors.
There also appeared to be no damage to the show room, as the burglars rode the stolen bikes right out the front door.
The footage posted by police did show one of the four run up to the front door and open it before running back to one of the bikes and starting it up.
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The four thieves then rolled out one by one onto the street, S 00 EW in Kokomo, a town about 60 miles north of Indianapolis.
As of Saturday, there had been no arrests and no further information available about the case, police told Fox News.
The bikes have not been recovered to date.