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Two motorcycles stolen in Americus; suspects may be from Warner Robins

Authorities are asking for help in identifying suspects in an April burglary of a motorcycle dealership in Americus. The suspects are thought to be from the Warner Robins area.
Authorities are asking for help in identifying suspects in an April burglary of a motorcycle dealership in Americus. The suspects are thought to be from the Warner Robins area.

Two suspects in the burglary of an Americus motorcycle dealership are thought to be from the Warner Robins area, authorities say.

Sumter County sheriff’s Sgt. Adam O’Neal said Tuesday that the men are accused of stealing two motorcycles from Honda Kawaski of Americus between April 20-21.

The motorcycles were loaded up in a pickup truck and taken away.

The investigation into the commercial burglary led to information that the two involved are from the Warner Robins area, O’Neal said.

Investigators need help in identifying the men from photographs taken from surveillance video.

The Houston County Sheriff’s Office has posted photos on its Facebook page of the suspects and truck they were seen in.

The post was made after Sumter County authorities reached out to them Tuesday.

Anyone with information is asked to contact O’Neal or other Sumter County sheriff’s investigators at 229-924-4094 or Macon Regional Crimestoppers at 877-68-CRIME.

Becky Purser: 478-256-9559, @BecPurser

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