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Ducati Panigale stolen in London tracked down in Lithuania

A Ducati 899 Panigale stolen in London was recovered more than 1000 miles away in Lithuania recently - just 36 hours after going missing - thanks to the tracking unit hidden on the bike. The recovery of the bike is the furthest recorded by tracking company BikeTrac, and saw the firm's stolen vehicle operators working through the night to keep tabs...

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  • Posted 127 days ago (27 March 2014 16:15)

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Mar 11

Posts: 58

Vortex1952 says:

Good Job Done

I thisnk there is light at the end of the tunnel with this report. UK Police should investigate further to curb all involved not ony in Lithuania but in our shores as well, use these scums as exemple.

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Feb 09

Posts: 515

Small factoid for you. There are an awful lot of organised criminal gangs in the UK from Europe and many other parts of the world, just as there are indigenous ones. Wherever they come from, they're criminal sh*tbags who cause misery to their victims. In the interests of fairness and equality, any of them who are convicted should have their hands cut off.

Over to you, liberals.

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Jul 12

Posts: 13

PeteDuke says:

Not long ago was looking at some Ducati parts on e-bay. Suspicious me, stopped me buying anything from the sellers who was in Lithuania and Latvia...

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Jul 12

Posts: 13

PeteDuke says:

I have just had an after thought.. My local paper ran a story on a Ducati Senna stolen from a garage at Burton Pidsea Nr Hull sometime early this month. Wondering if.......

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Aug 02

Posts: 2723

spondonste says:


I think the terms for tracker systems also includes returning the vehicle to it's owner so they'll likely foot the bill.

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Sep 09

Posts: 848

Rogerborg says:

Let's find out.

30 seconds of Googling later.

Recovery of a stolen motorcycle (or other asset with Bike Trac fitted) is not currently part of the service provided. No liability will be accepted by Road Angel Group to recover a stolen or lost motorcycle or asset, nor will Road Angel Group be liable to reimburse the owner should their bike not be recovered, or if it is damaged.

So it'll be a claim against the insurer.  The owner will get hammered on his policies for 5 years, and God knows if or when he'll actually get the bike back, or in what condition.

Yes to chopping off hands, mind.


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Jan 11

Posts: 303

TomRR says:


More reasons to vote UK Independence Party (UKIP, Nigel Farage to stop scum bags going in and out  nilly willy in to My country ,,,

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May 12

Posts: 127

Valko says:


Do these traffickers even consider the carbon footprint they generate?

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Apr 04

Posts: 28

gsxr1969 says:

 rogerborg - your 1st comment is spot on.  Would be great to get a little investigative journalism on the aftermath and what the outcome was. Can't imagine the bike is totally damage free etc.

I export bikes from the UK to Finland. I load 3 bikes on my pick up truck (so in full view) and whether sailing out of Dover,  Harwich, Immingham or Newcastle I have NEVER been questioned by border control. 
But I have been stopped in Holland,  Germany and Sweden many times and had to produce FULL documentation for each vehicle. The police found it suspicious - quite rightly. 
On a side note - only once did border control check my contents when leaving the UK.  This was when I was also towing a caravan.  They were checking for stowaways - making sure I wasn't taking illegal immigrants OUT of the country !! Sad but true. 

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Jan 14

Posts: 51

plumbgod says:

no good scum

Totally agree with rogerborg and billysollocks, but i have to ask why stop at their hands. These people are of no use to society, and no longer need to breathe if you ask me, that goes for home grown and foreign scum alike. Even if they were caught they would only get 6 to 12 months, thats if they dont skip bail never to be seen again

The worst of it is that the owner will pay dearly again and again for his misfortune to live in a spineless country full of lilly livered yellow bellied liberal euro loving politicians


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