An nameless tip led a Riverside man to his World Warfare II-period motorbike that had been stolen a month in the past.
After Mike Dunn posted to social media and went on native TV information reporting the theft from his driveway Feb. 27, he acquired a tip that his field trailer containing the 1941 BMW R12 German motorbike was at a house in Rialto.
Dunn stated in an interview that he and his spouse went to the Rialto neighborhood the place the bike was Monday, March 20, and notified police when he acknowledged his trailer.
When police arrived, he stated, they confirmed that the trailer was Dunn’s and the bike was inside.
Dunn was elated to be reunited together with his motorbike.
“It was one of the best feeling on the earth,” Dunn stated.
There was no injury to the motorbike, however the fenders on the trailer have been dented.
“I can stay with that, the bike was untouched,” Dunn stated.
Dunn, who has a enterprise shopping for and promoting classic German bikes, stated in a February interview that he purchased the bike from a shopper in Florida about three months in the past.
He rebuilt the motor and transmission and glued it up with new paint and equipment. He was going to promote the bike to a Palm Springs man who deliberate to select it up the day it was stolen.
Now that he has the bike again, Dunn stated he nonetheless plans to promote it.
“I’m so grateful, this was the most important burden lifted off of my shoulders,” Dunn stated. “That was the worst three weeks ever. I’m so completely happy and so relieved; it was a serious monetary burden on me.”