LYNNWOOD — An Idaho family is hoping tipsters will help locate a stolen motorcycle that has sentimental value.
Kristi Koehn, 46, was in Lynnwood this weekend for a funeral. The deceased was a friend of her late brother.
She brought with her a motorcycle that had been built in her brother’s honor. The family planned to use the motorcycle for a memorial ride after the funeral. In addition, the annual memorial ride for her brother was scheduled to start in Lake Stevens next month.
She parked about 8 p.m. Saturday night at the Embassy Suites on 44th Avenue W. The motorcycle was in a trailer, along with her brother’s helmet.
The trailer was stolen overnight by thieves who cut through the lock that connected with the hitch.
The motorcycle is described as a black 2012 Harley Davidson, Idaho license plate MTA15.
The trailer was a 2015 Fox 1300 series, Idaho license plate ZGL315.
Thefts of trailers and moving trucks have been reported outside Snohomish County hotels in recent years.
Koehn advised people to be careful where they park overnight and to determine whether there are surveillance cameras in use.
Anyone with information is asked to call Lynnwood police at 425-744-6900.