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Naults Powersports owners, police hope extensive, high-quality security video leads to identification, arrest of suspects in ‘smash-and-grab’ motorcycle thefts | News, Sports, Jobs







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This image taken from Naults’ surveillance video shows five of the suspects allegedly in the process of smashing out windows to gain entry to the Naults Powersports in Windham early Saturday morning.

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Four of the suspects accused of breaking into Naults Powersports in Windham early Saturday morning are shown in an image taken from the store’s surveillance video. A reward is being offered for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of any of the suspects.

(Courtesy photo) A photo of the damage to the doors and windows at Naults Powersports is one of many that appear with videos on the company’s Facebook page.

(Courtesy photo) This image taken from Naults’ surveillance video shows one of the suspects in Saturday morning’s break-in and thefts wheeling a dirt bike toward an exit.

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An image taken from Naults surveillance video footage shows three or four of the suspects in Saturday morning’s break-in and thefts allegedly in the process of moving several dirt bikes from the store.

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