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any one gets offered a 93 ttr or a small wheel kx 65 in Milton keynes they are mine and will break legs when I find them



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Come on Tossworm, what was stolen in Milton Keynes? confuseconfuse

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They broke in and stole my ttr and daughters kx good old Thames valley plodded both bikes returned now still want to find them and break legs though

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Ah ...... that's what happened?

Your first post didn't say anything like that - it was quite enigmatic and only had a few letters. confuseconfuse

Have the bikes been recovered intact?

I think broken legs would be a light punishment - broken necks may be better.  aww

Martyn



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Was a bit anoyed to say the least this morning both bikes are recovered and back got to reinforce garage tonight. Police have 3 people in custody now .

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you were very fortunate to get them back.

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After securing garage with new locks and chains + a new ground anchor the scum have returned and took my bikes again !!!! What more can you do takes me 5 mins to unlock the bikes and that's with keys. If any one hears any info please let me know as I have a club hammer ready for there fingers .

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Pretty determined scumbags by the sound of it. cry

I presume you reported it to Plod and obtained a crime number.

Also - have you informed your insurers?

What more can a biker do to keep his machine safe? disbelief

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Mmm thinking about a shotgun now with a tripwire on the trigger

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CCTV just advertises the fact youve got summat to nick.

PS, gutted for you tossworm



-- Edited by rattlyolddt on Monday 14th of May 2012 08:12:18 PM

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How about alarming the garage with a wireless alarm if it has no power and cctv is really cheap nowadays.



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Thats incredibly unlucky. The police should have somewhere to start looking though (the ****s who stole them before)

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Glad you got them back, real lucky there. And yes understand you wanting to break their legs, probably get away with a caution.

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Still not found yet will get a high powered baby monitor when and if I get bikes back then I can here them break in a meet them with Mr baseball bat . Thanks for all your support . Keith .

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Really sorry to hear of your double trouble cry

Hope you hear some news of recovery soon.

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The little battery powered motion sensor sonic alarms are pretty handy, plus fairly cheap from E bay etc. When they go off, they phyisically hurt your ears. But I guess hurting them with Mr Baseball Bat is what you would really want

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quick update still not got bikes back but both have been seen on the red ways in mk so they are still local. i never seem to be in the right place at the right time but some of us work instead of going out thieving in the night. have two names now so the net is closing in!!!!!

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