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Paso Robles Police Warn Residents of Ongoing Off-Road Motorcycle Thefts

PASO ROBLES, Calif. - The Paso Robles Police Department is warning residents of an ongoing string of off-road motorcycle thefts.

Authorities say there has been four different cases since July 27 in which off-road motorcycles have been stolen from open garages or unsecured side yards. The thefts occurred at the following locations:

  1. 500 Block of Rose Lane. July 27. White/blue 2007 Yamaha TTR 90
  2. 900 block of Salida del Sol. August 4. Orange/white 2015 KTM XCF 350
  3. 500 block of Rose Lane. August 6. White/blue 2007 Yamaha TTR 90
  4. 500 block of Rose Lane. August 7. 1994 Kawasaki KX125

Police say during the theft on August 6, the victim saw a male suspect pushing the motorcycle out of the side yard to the street. Unfortunately, by the time the victim got to the front yard of his house, the suspect had started the motorcycle and sped away.

The suspect was last seen in the area of Crazy Horse Drive. He's described as a white male adult, approximately 25 years old with short blonde hair. He was last seen wearing a red polo shirt, blue jeans with a black backpack.

Anyone with information regarding the suspect on these thefts is urged to call the Paso Robles Police Department at 805-237-6464.

The Paso Robles Police Department reminds everyone to secure all doors and windows of their homes including garages and side yards. Also, make sure that all vehicles that are left unattended have the doors and windows locked and secured, and that no valuable materials are left in plain sight.