Lost motorcycle found, no arrest made yet
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KUCHING: A motorcycle owner who lost his vehicle on Tuesday was pleased to recover it yesterday, thanks to the police.

Central police personnel who were on patrol duty at Lorong 9, Bintawa Hulu, Petra Jaya found the motorcycle abandoned at a roadside on Wednesday at 5pm.

After taking the motorcycle back, they ran a check on the chassis number and found that it was stolen from the owner at Matang Jaya area.

The owner was then informed. The thief has yet to be arrested.

New Sarawak Tribune e-Paper

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