Motorcycle Operator Being Sought After Pursuit with Findlay Police

Police in Findlay are looking for the operator of a motorcycle after a pursuit in that city Monday evening.

 

According to a release, officers attempted to stop the motorcycle for several traffic offenses and for not displaying a license plate.

 

The rider of the motorcycle failed to stop and a pursuit was initiated near the intersection of Tiffin Avenue and Plaza Street.

 

The pursuit reached speeds of up to 80 miles an hour in town and increased to 120 miles an hour on US 224.

 

After traveling just over 11 miles, the pursuit was terminated due to speeds and the distance.

 

The motorcycle was observed to be an older, mostly black sport bike with no license plate.  

 

The suspect was a smaller framed white male.  

 

He was wearing a tan t-shirt and a multi-colored, full-face helmet with a mirrored face shield.  

 

The incident remains under investigation.

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