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StealthSV

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StealthSV says:

Stolen!! K8 GSXR600

Stolen last nite from Warwickshire from a locked garage!!
Thieving bastards even took all the locks they removed so as to remove any evidence!!
Registration mark, engine number and chassis available as is a reward for some information that leads to the return of this very much missed birthday present!!

Any clues anyone...........?

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  • Posted 4 years ago (08 January 2011 00:11)

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frosty911

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frosty911 says:

Sickener

What a sickener, Bastards! Hope you get some joy with getting it back mate. :mad:

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Masters1111

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Masters1111 says:

Bloody thieves

That's if the bastards don't try to break into your bedroom window like they did with me for my K9.

Hope you get it back. What locks were you using if you don't mind me asking.


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BIKERDEK

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BIKERDEK says:

cockmunch thiefs

ten years tied to a sheeps fud, thats what they need. thieving ned twats

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StealthSV

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StealthSV says:

Cheers chaps

It wasn't ny bike but a very good friends!!

The locks were Oxford. 2 disc locks and a padlock thro a chain. Not sure how they removed them as they took the evidence with them but the marks on the garage door would suggest the use of bolt croppers!!

Thievin' cnuts!!!:mad:

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StealthSV

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StealthSV says:

Garage is a bit out of the way!!

At the end of the garden but they live in the sticks!!

 

Thievin cockheads appear to have come via a field, got in the garage n done their deed, then wheeled the bike away across the field prob to a waitin van!!

 

Me mates ain't sleepin to well at the mo, on 24hr security surveilance tryin to stop the tossers comin back!!:upset:

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stevebaldy

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stevebaldy says:

if they want it

they will have it...!  We had a quad nicked from work, ground anchor, in a container, inside a locked workshop!...hadn't accounted for the f*ckers to break into another workshop on site and 'borrow' oxy-acetylene gear to cut through every fookin' thing!!!!..tell your mate to get some sleep, they not daft, don't tend to come back.............for a while!?!

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StealthSV

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StealthSV says:

Lets hope not

Trouble is they've seen wot else is in the garage now!!

 

 

I'd be sleepin in it with a shotgun!!:shock:

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stevebaldy

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stevebaldy says:

and

set up a few little 'surprises' for unwanted visitors....but nowt to obvious, something along the lines of 'Home Alone' springs to mind.:smile....don't want to get in trouble with the law after all...:wink:

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IMB76

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IMB76 says:

Power the place up

Use some car batteries that mightn't make the tossers think twice.:ph43r: 

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kawathrasher

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kawathrasher says:

Stealth

Never good news !!

 

 Hope they/you and your mate find the fockers and deliver some swift justice

And from now on a couple o vicious bastardin dogs livin in the garage with rubber bands round their knobs to keep em awake .:wink:

 

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