Paris Police Looking For Help Identifying Motorcyclist Involved in ‘Incident’
Three Maine police agencies are hoping the public can help them identify a motorcyclist involved in an unspecified incident on May 6.
The Paris Police Department, Oxford County Sheriff's Department, and the Maine State Police are looking for any information that can be used to identify the owner and operator of the motorcycle shown in a photo posted to the Maine State Police Facebook page.
There's not a lot to go on in the photo, but police are hoping someone may recognize the bike and know who the operator or owner is. We can only assume the photo was taken in Paris. Here's a closer look at the bike and rider.
As is usually the case, police are not giving any information about the incident that the motorcyclist was involved in that has made them seek him out, but it certainly has us curious.
If you think you might know the owner and/or the operator of the motorcycle, call any of the non-emergency numbers for the three departments. 207-624-7076, 207-743-7448, or 207-743-9554.
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