| 02 Mar 2015 | 05:00

    A Harley-Davidson was stolen from the northwest corner of South End Avenue and Albany Street. At 6:30 AM on Friday, August 16, a 28-year-old man from Brooklyn parked his Harley and went to work. When he returned at 3 PM, his hog was gone. The man searched the area on his own and with police but was unable to find his ride. The vehicle had no unpaid parking tickets and was parked legally, there was no record of the machine at the tow pound, and the owner had the only key to his motorcycle. The stolen cycle was a black 2010 Harley-Davidson FBL with New Jersey plates, valued at $20,000.