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Steve Farrell  says:

Theft victim’s website to catch culprits

A motorcyclist has set up a website showing CCTV footage of his bike being stolen in the hope it will lead to the thieves’ capture The website shows an hour-long theft of a £10,000 Triumph Daytona 675R from an office car park in central London, along with mug shots of the culprits. First a man is seen stopping to look at...

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  • Posted 3 years ago (29 June 2012 10:45)

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Dec 09

Posts: 26

GFYALL says:

Cowardly MCN

Why are MCN not showing the faces of these scum unter-mensch. I would have them hung drawn and quartered. Public flogging is too good for them. Then I'd go after their foul working class chav families.

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Jan 11

Posts: 7

norville2 says:


The 1st place i would look for stolen parts are fleabay........there are sellers on there selling bike parts far too cheaply...why is this site not policed?.

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Feb 05

Posts: 223

Bob_1 says:

Little Wonder.....

Wasn't the Metropolitan Police’s stolen vehicle squad disbanded in April 2012 due to budget cuts? I bet they'd be all over it if it was a hate crime. Come on Cameron, sort it out. this will not do.

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