Suspect identified in Livingston dirt bike theft
LIVINGSTON - A suspect has been identified in connection with the theft of a dirt bike from a home in Livingston last week.
Deputies reported on their Facebook page that 35-year-old Joshua Richardson is now wanted for theft of a motor vehicle on Tuesday.
Police in Livingston asked for the public’s help in identifying a suspect after the unidentified man drove a pickup truck with Mississippi plates up to a residence in the Red Oak Road area and loaded the homeowner’s Yamaha TTR 90 motorcycle into it. With the $2,000 bike aboard, the suspect drove off.
LPSO deputies confirmed that they were able to recover the stolen bike from Richardson’s residence in North Baton Rouge. Now, they’re trying to track down the man behind the theft.
Anyone with information is urged to contact LPSO at 225-686-2241 ext.: 345.
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