Stolen Motorcycle Recovered, Suspects Arrested

June 3, 2021 | 10 Comments

A stolen motorcycle was recovered and two female suspects were arrested in connection with the matter, the police have confirmed.

A police spokesperson said, “A stolen motorcycle was recovered Wednesday night [2nd June] and two suspects – said to be an 18-year-old Smith’s parish woman and a 19-year-old Devonshire woman – were arrested in connection with the matter.

“Around 9:15pm Wednesday, a police unit that was stationary on Front Street in the City of Hamilton observed the two suspects travelling east along Front Street on a motorcycle. The rider failed to stop for a red light at the junction of Front Street and Burnaby Street.

“Apparently despite using the police vehicle’s lights and sirens, the rider led police on a pursuit, which ended in the Ferrars Lane, Pembroke area where both young women were detained. The motorcycle they were riding on was later confirmed to be stolen and as a result, it was impounded by police.

“Earlier the same day, a Devonshire resident reported suspicious behaviour after a motorcycle was left parked in his yard by two unknown males wearing black clothing around 5:25am.

“Apparently after a short period of time one of the suspects returned and rode off on the motorcycle, traveling west along Palmetto Road. That motorcycle was also later confirmed to be stolen.

“Inquiries continue regarding both incidents.

“Residents are reminded to be vigilant about where they park their motorcycles, particularly overnight – well-lit areas are preferable – and it is strongly recommended that any valuable items be removed before leaving motorcycles parked and unattended.

“Parked motorcycles should be secured using the handlebar lock along with a secondary lock. In addition, if the motorcycle has a compartment under the seat and / or a storage box, each should also be secured before leaving the vehicle unattended.

“As always, members of the public are encouraged to report any suspicious individuals or activity around unattended parked vehicles to 211 at the earliest opportunity – providing as much information as possible about the location and time of any unusual behaviour – as well as a description of the suspect[s] involved, if possible.”

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  1. onionjuice says:

    Now what they go court and get off . These two need to be made to give information on other stolen bikes. Lock them up for a few years.. and make them pay

    • F*&^$ onion juice says:

      Shut up they didn’t steal nothing you weirdo. They ran a red light n pulled chase they never stole

    • wahoo says:

      Jail would cost the last few taxpayers that we have left. I say take away their passports and garnish any wages that they might “earn”. SJB will, I am sure, tell us that prison does not work – not that they have any qualifications that I am aware of. Putting them in jail would cost about $90,000.00 per year – (each) which is ironic considering the public schooling is at about $30,000.00 per year and they are learning nothing. BTW private schools are about $22,000.00 and there are companies and individuals that would subsidize that if you are interested.

  2. sage says:

    I have installed an airbag under my seat that will throw a 150lb person several feet in the air when they try to sit on or move my bike. I am waiting to capture footage for you tube and worlds stupidest criminals.

  3. Liars says:


    • Sherlock says:

      You sound like you know them. HOW DO YOU KNOW THE BIKE ISN’T STOLEN?

  4. puzzled says:

    You have no legal right to install an explosive device in that way.
    Be warry warry kaifool silly wall lizard……

  5. Vida Smith says:

    Two girls getting away from the police on stolen bikes,have a serious problem,hope they are able to get the help that they need.

  6. Good job on arresting them! Thieves shoudl be locked up to learn their lesson that it is wrong to steal. Keep up the good job!

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