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Motorcycle sale interrupted in Bridal Falls

Two people were arrested in Bridal Falls on Sunday, for possessing a stolen motorcycle they intended to sell.

Several motorcycles were taken from a business in the Kamloops area, and the RCMP had received information that one was to be sold in Bridal Falls.

They arrived to the scene and arrested a man and a woman, both 31, without incident.

The two suspects have been released pending a future court date. They will face charges of possession of stolen property over $5,000. The motorcycle found by RCMP has been returned to its previous owner.

 

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