A 2-ton log splitter on a trailer hitch, valued at $2, 000 was stolen from a carport on one of the outbuildings on the property, along with a custom motorcycle. (Sooke RCMP)

Custom motorcycle and wood cutter stolen from Sooke motorcycle shop

2006 Husqvarna motorcycle and 2-ton log splitter taken from outbuilding

A custom motorcycle and a wood cutter were stolen from a Sooke motorcycle shop.

An attempted break and enter at Kenco Motorcycle’s on Sooke River Road occurred sometime between Dec.12 and Dec. 13.

The padlock on an outbuilding on the property was cut and a personal 2006 Husqvarna Motorcycle, valued at $11,000, was stolen from the property.

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The motorcycle is white with a blue seat and has a lot of custom work, including blue and green spokes.

RCMP are asking residents of the Sooke River Road area to be on the lookout for this motorcycle.

In addition, sometime in the last two weeks a 2-ton log splitter on a trailer hitch, valued at $2,000, was also stolen from a carport on the same property.

Anyone with information related to this crime is asked to call the Sooke RCMP Detachment at 250-642-5241 or Crimestoppers at 1-800-22-TIPS (8477).

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