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Harley-Davidsons belonging to the Hells Angels stolen The H-D Dyna (Soft-tails) were stolen from outside a hotel

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By Simon Hancocks

POLICE are appealing for information relating to the theft of two Harley-Davidsons which were taken from the Highfield Hotel near Rainton. The theft took place at around 5.18 am on Friday, June 7th. The police later received a report that five males had stolen the bikes which belonged to guests who were staying at the Highfield hotel.

The story which has been shared widely on social media has attracted attention for the sheer brazen nature in which the bikes were taken (the Hells Angels are known for never contacting the police about such matters and prefer to employ their own kind of justice) as it would’ve been easily noticed that the bikes belonged to the Hells Angels, as both bikes wore the famous Death Head motif that is synonymous with the group.

Stuart Hack shared a post in the UK Motorcycle Theft Protest group on Facebook purporting to be from one of the group. It read:

‘STOLEN LAST NIGHT, 2 Harley Davidson Dynas.

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1x 2000 Black HD Dyna. Scuff on headlight fairing and Hells Angels Death Head on primary cover.

1 x 2003 Anniversary model dyna. Black. Both bikes Dutch registrations. Stolen from the Highfield Hotel on the A690 near Rainton/Houghton le Spring area. 5 men, masks and hoodies took them. All on cctv. If these bikes are returned to Hells Angels Tyne & Wear no further action will be taken. If not and we find out who’s took them…. f***ing standby.!! Any info PM me ASAP please. Anyone who knows anything about this act fast as we will get to the bottom of this! We always do. Cheers’

Officers are asking to speak to anyone who might have information about this incident, or who might have since seen the bikes or the culprits since the theft.

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Anyone with information is asked to contact police by calling 101, quoting reference 145 070619.

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2 comments

  1. Its suspect’s… same cops that were harassing everyone there for the 50th anniversary celebration.

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