Indian Motorcycle Company alerts FBI after their 1 customer goes missing

Indian Motorcycle Company alerts FBI

US – Indian Motorcycle Company alerts FBI after their 1 customer goes missing.

Mass panic broke out in the head office of Polaris Industries as news broke that their only Indian motorcycle rider; William Dweller, hadn’t been seen in 72 hours.

It took several hours of convincing the government agency that Indian Motorcycle’s are still in fact being made and 1 person had actually bought one.

After searching the riders home, federal agents found William at a local Harley-Davidson dealer with his piggy bank, attempting to trade in his Indian motorcycle.

When asked what made him change his mind to move up to Harley, William said, “I found out some motorcycles can go faster than double digits!”
He then added, “It’s also nice to get treated like an adult here at Harley-Davidson. I was asked to sign the paperwork with crayons at the Indian dealership.”

Polaris Industries asked all Indian Motorcycle staff to hold a moment of silence this Thursday at 2pm to mourn the lost of their one customer. But, the stores have been silent for months due to one in them, so it will be just like every day.