Oklahoma City police are investigating a theft at a Cleveland County home. The victims are hoping security camera footage can help officers make an arrest.
Early Wednesday morning, someone stole a 2021 Kawasaki Dirt Bike and an ATV from the home of Andrew Darley. The keys to both vehicles were left behind, Darley said, which leads him to believe the suspect used a trailer or another means to move them.
“There’s got to be some pre-meditation to it,” Darley said.
A home security system captured the appearance of the male suspect before he disabled the camera. The suspect appears to be armed with a handgun in the video.
“He was armed with something, and that’s kind of frightening,” Darley said.
The dirt bike belonged to Darley’s 15-year-old son who saved for the bike for about four years.
According to an Oklahoma City police report, the two bikes and camera are worth more than $10,000.
Darley’s son, Jacob Noble, said he saved up for the dirt bike by raising and selling animals.
“It was about $6,000 dollars right down the drain,” Noble said. “I might not ever get it back and all that hard work was for nothing.”