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Deputies: Two men accused of stealing Harley from murder suspect's home

Wesley David Bollinger (Courtesy: Lincoln County Sheriff's Office) Wesley David Bollinger (Courtesy: Lincoln County Sheriff's Office)
Britt Fender (Courtesy: Lincoln County Sheriff's Office) Britt Fender (Courtesy: Lincoln County Sheriff's Office)
LINCOLNTON, NC (WBTV) -

Deputies in Cleveland County say they arrested two men after they stole a Harley Davidson from the home of a murder suspect who was arrested over the weekend.

According to the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office, deputies were called to a home along the 1200 block of Rosehill Drive on Wednesday afternoon.

Witnesses say they saw Wesley David Bollinger break into the back of the outbuilding where the motorcycle was stored and then open the building door.

Bollinger and a second man, Britt Fender, removed the 1999 Harley Davidson Fatboy motorcycle belonging to Terry Lee White and loaded it on the pickup truck.

The motorcycle was valued at $10,000. 

White was arrested on Saturday on a First Degree Murder charge and is being held in the Harven A. Crouse Detention Center without bond.

Fender and Bollinger are employed by Rebuildable Cycles, of Shelby.  They told officers they were repossessing the motorcycle, but did not have authority or proper paperwork to enter the outbuilding and remove the motorcycle.

Both men were charged with one felony count each of Breaking and Entering a Building, Larceny after Breaking and Entering and Possession of Stolen Goods.  They were each released on a $10,000 secured bond.

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