Orlando police investigating 7 downtown motorcycle thefts

Thefts happened in parking garages with security gates, police say

ORLANDO, Fla. – Orlando police are investigating at least seven reports of motorcycles being stolen from parking garages at Orlando apartment complexes.

Four motorcycles were taken from the Camden Orange Court Apartments on March 18, according to police. The suspects arrived in a light blue or silver Toyota Sienna van, police said.

Another bike was stolen on Feb. 2 from the parking garage at Nora Apartments on North Orange Avenue, according to police. The alleged thieves were driving a 2016 Nissan Quest minivan.

In that case the suspects attempted to hide the motorcycle at the Courtyard Marriott on North Magnolia Avenue. Police later found the bike.

A second string of bike thefts happened on April 9 and 10 when a gold Honda entered the parking garages at Paramount Apartments, Uptown Place Apartments and Camden Orange Court apartments.

Motorcycles were stolen from all three parking garages, police said.

Most of the thefts occurred on the weekends at downtown Orlando apartment and condominium parking garages with security gates.

Anyone with information about the thefts is asked to call Crimeline at 1-800-423-TIPS (8477).