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Steve Farrell  says:

Armed robbers on bikes raid indoor shopping centre

Robbers armed with axes and bats rode motorcycles through and indoor shopping centre and raided a jewellery store. Six robbers on three bikes including a white Triumph Daytona 675 rode through Brent Cross Shopping Centre at 10.15 this morning. The pillion passengers got off and smashed the windows of Fraser Hart, stealing watches and jewellery. The suspects wore helmets with dark visors. Police...

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Rogerborg

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Rogerborg says:

£2 million retail price

So about £2,000 on eBay and Gumtree.  They should just have sold the bikes instead.

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DrWorm

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DrWorm says:

Triumph Riders!

Crazy scene.  Trumpets are clearly the ram raider/robbers tool of choice.  They probably argued over who got the Triple at the front with "those" headlighhts and who got the sexy white Daytona.  I imagine a heated game of paper, scissor, stone before they set out.

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romford4

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romford4 says:

Ram raid

Hey DrWorm... any robber that can do a 'ram-raid' on a motorbike must be a double-hard b*****d!

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lordcharles

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lordcharles says:

two million, and no security, they've usually got  slam down shutters or whatever, with that kind of value 

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NutMagnet

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NutMagnet says:

A good squirt of fire extinguisher foam down on the marble floor would have put an end to the getaway... And would have made a more fun and interesting vid.. :)

I cycle into town when I need a few bits and bobs from the local shopping centre and the Nazi like security knobs are straight on me if I WALK my bicycle through the centre... I guess the Brent Cross security were hiding away somewhere sh*t*ng their pants from these robbers...

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snev

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snev says:

"Your only supposed to blow the bloody doors off"! seriously this type of thing should be frowned upon.

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piroflip

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piroflip says:

Dead easy to............

...........catch the Triumph riders. Just follow the drops of oil.

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bird1050

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bird1050 says:

new spapers

what realy narks me is the news papers headlines BIKERS RIAD SHOPS ETC ETC .

 these scum are not bikers they are a bunch of thieving scum.

and yes  nutmagnet it wsould have been funny as f*ck watching them slide down the floor on their arses .

 

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Carlosoul

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Carlosoul says:

Well said bird1050...

bikers would have done stoppies and wheelied out of there... bloody amateurs

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SatNavSteve

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SatNavSteve says:

Looks like John Bloor and his lad raising a few quid to develop the next Triumph range. Obvious really when they are on Triumphs! Probably demo bikes with trade plates. Just kidding if you are reading this John. You're doing a great job really!!

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