Authorities are looking for a victim of a motorcycle accident who left the area
It sounds a bit odd, but Benton County MPs are looking for information that will help them locate the driver of a motorcycle that crashed Tuesday afternoon around 3 p.m. in Langola Township.
According to the official Facebook page of the Benton County Sheriff’s Office, “the driver of the motorcycle appeared to have been going at high speed and out of the roadway in a tight bend.”
This happened about a quarter of a mile west of Highway 10, according to reports. By the time MPs arrived at the scene, to their surprise, both the motorcycle and the driver were gone.
Members are now asking for your help in locating the driver. Authorities wrote: “If you or someone you know encountered this accident and spoke with the driver, or potentially saw someone of interest walking on the road in this area during this time, please contact me. “
You’ll want to make sure you ask for Deputy Mulvehill and you can reach the Sheriff’s Office at 320-968-7201.
The post was shared a dozen times on social media with Facebook user Tim Kuebelbeck asking, “Bike stolen?
The authorities did not provide any additional information as to the identity of the perpetrator of the accident or a description of the driver.