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    Stolen motorcycle

    Someone stole my yamaha tw 200 out of my front yard today. I paid cash for that bike and in a split second someone took it away from me. They did it during the daylight today while the wife and I was at work. WOW!!!

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    Sorry to hear that man. I hope you recover it and someone's ankles get broken

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    That sucks. People can't just leave others stuff alone! EFrs

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    I know your pain.......... I also had a dirt bike stolen during the day. Maybe you'll have better luck than me and get it back!
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    I hope you get it back, that's a sweet bike.
    I recognized long ago that if I have a warehouse full of guns, but no public land or public wildlife, I have nothing!

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    Sorry, my Honda 230 and KTM 250 was stolen from my garage while I was home. They pushed the KTM 1/2 mile and were too stupid to find the choke so they abanded it and my mt050 coat. I got really close to catching them later. That Honda was a sub for a cow horse, never got it back and spent a bunch on reward adds.
    Maybe you can find a Honda Fat Cat to replace your stolen Yamaha. I have two Fat Cats, autoclutch you know.

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    Man, I feel your pain... I hate a thief. A few years back my farmhouse got broken into, and the thieves took a bunch of my hunting clothes, fishing rods, an ATV, and my brand new Hoyt.. The guys ended up getting caught, and I got some of my stuff back, but they tossed my Hoyt into the Grand River...

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    That sucks. Hopefully you had time to get insurance on it; or your homeowners covers it since it was in your yard. I have hunting property that is very remote and I have been broken into twice. Just glad they didn't trash the place. They even stole the food out of the fridge.

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    Even thought the bike was stolen from my house it doesnt cover it. It needed its own policy.

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    Same thing here

 

 

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