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CelticBiker

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CelticBiker says:

Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R stolen

I have been looking after this bike for a mate of mine who is inside pending his appeal. Came home one night at beginning of November to find that the steering lock had been sawn through and the bike barefacedly wheeled out past my own and through the door to the dustbin room in our groundfloor carpark. Someone had apparently smashed the padlock on this door just the day before. The bike was alarmed but had no current and had started to rust a bit after being left outside another friend's house for the past year, so wasn't looking its best, but was only 5 years old and hadn't been ridden for the past 3. It was sea blue, no modifications, very low mileage.
I'm based in East London - curious to know if anyone else got their bike nicked round about that time from Whitechapel/Spitalfields/Stepney area.
Any info/help appreciated,
cheers
Tim

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habika

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