VSP seeks public’s help identifying motorcycle pursuit suspect

The far left photo is similar to that of the suspect bike, according to VSP officials.

LOUISA COUNTY, Va. (WRIC) — Virginia State Police are seeking the public’s help identifying a pursuit suspect who fled from a trooper Monday evening.

At approximately 5:23 p.m., Monday, a VSP trooper clocked a Honda CBR1000rr with a Repsol paint scheme traveling at 102 mph while heading east on Interstate 64 at the 147 mile marker in Louisa County. The posted speed limit is 70 mph.

The activated his emergency lights in attempt a traffic stop on the speeding motorcycle. The motorcyclist refused to stop for the trooper and sped away, increasing his speed to 120 mph. A pursuit was initiated, but the trooper terminated it 12 miles later. The motorcycle continued east on I-64.

State police officials are hoping someone will recognize the white male subject and contact their Richmond Division at 804-553-3445 or by dialing #77 on a cell phone or by email to questions@vsp.virginia.gov.

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