MCN readers are being asked to help track down a murderer by reporting any sightings of this Benelli TNT 1130 to the police.
The red and black 900cc TNT, registration LJ04 WLD, was used in a double shooting in Holloway, London, which left one man dead and another in hospital, at 10.40pm on Sunday March 22.
The bike was stolen from Camden in October last year, and is one of only 112 in the UK and eight in London.
DCI Carl Mehta of Homicide and Serious Crime Command said: "Have you seen this motorcycle at any point since it was stolen? Where is it now? We are appealing for help to try to trace it."
On the night of the murder it was carrying two men, who rode up to the convenience store on Hornsey Road, where Ahmet Paytak, 50, and his 21-year-old son were closing up.
The pillion passenger, who was carrying a handgun, dismounted the bike, and first shot Paytak, who was pronounced dead at the scene, and then his son, who was shot in the leg and is now in hospital in a stable condition.
DCI Mehta said: "It appears that Mr Paytak and his son have been wrongly targeted by these gunmen as part of an ongoing dispute between different groups in the local area."
Following the shooting, the passenger then got back on the bike and it sped away, turning right into Seven Sisters Road, towards the junction with Blackstock Road, where it turned right and ran a red light.
If you have seen the bike, or see it anywhere please contact Laura Kennerley on 01733 468022