Posts Tagged ‘stolen’

Lost & Found: Sam’s Custom Kawasaki

A very cool story- Sam is a researcher with the Texas Transportation Institute, who works mostly on their motorcycle grants and manages Texas’ motorcycle safety and motorist awareness campaign, “Look. Learn. Live.” She also had her Kawasaki stolen, recovered, and customized it to make it better than before.

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Stolen Cannonball Motorcycles Recovered: The Power Of The Internet?

Let me just start by stating the fan-freaking-tastic news- THE STOLEN CANNONBALL MOTORCYCLES WERE RECOVERED TODAY. But… how were they found?

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If you follow my instagram and/or facebook you saw the posts today and yesterday about Emma’s stolen Triumph. Many of you wanted to know what happened and how she got it back- at the time of the update I didn’t know. But most recently Emma posted this: SHE’S BAAAACK! Hearing (from a source that I can’t seem to track down) that the fucker apparently saw the instagram/internet call to action, panicked and ditched it near the impound lot. He definitely dropped her, the bars are pretty much ruined and there’s dried gas… Continue Reading »

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ATTENTION: MY ROOMMATES SCOOTER WAS STOLEN FROM OUTSIDE OUR HOUSE!! Help us out guys- some asshole came and jacked my roommate Jada’s scooter tonight around 7p! My neighbor confronted him and he said he had paperwork and that it was stolen.  SUSPECT INFO: A silver/grey mid-80s Isuzu Trooper with a small grey trailer, license plate # CK70326. Scooter plate number is m6 31891. “Bitch School” sticker on back. PLEASE KEEP AN EYE OUT. You can call/text my google voice if you see it or corner the thieving bastard! 503.877.9428 SHARE THIS!

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Have You Had Your Bike Stolen?

My friend Bryan from Spectre Apparel had his CBR stolen in LA on May 14th of 2012. After much research, he found out it had been sold through the website autobidmaster.com after it was retitled to Oklahoma as a salvage and the VIN was slightly altered. It was sold on May 29th, just over two weeks after it was jacked.  The reason I’m posting this is not only to give you some tips on how to find your stolen motorcycle via searching the internet, but also warn others in the Los Angeles… Continue Reading »

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