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Photo: This 2008 KTM 250cc is similar to the ones that have been taken. – Courtesy of KTM.com

Two dirtbikes have been stolen from a local dealership. Two new KTM 250cc orange dirt bikes which were taken sometime between Monday and Wednesday of this week. It’s suspected that a picker truck may have been used to remove the bikes from the secure compound that they were stored in. Constable Todd Henderson of the Fort St. John RCMP estimates the bikes to be worth over 17,000 dollars. Police are asking the public to notify them of any sightings.

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