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Post by hypnoelvis on Fri Mar 01, 2013 9:12 pm


Thieving basterds got into my garage at 3am, alarm went off but they had gone by the time i was down there,, spent an hour searching with my pick axe handle but nothing..
The bike is advertised for sale at moment. Coincidence, i dont think so!!

Just a heads up, look after your goodies.. If it wasnt for my alarm ide be gutted today.

ps, police have been out twice today and acted very positivelly, dont expect much more to come of it though.

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Post by phil990 on Fri Mar 01, 2013 9:15 pm

How did they get into garage?
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Post by Taffymoto22 on Fri Mar 01, 2013 9:17 pm

Glad your defences held them. Have you added anything else to stop them? Now they've been and seen what they're up against they could come back and be quick?

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Post by bonkeye on Fri Mar 01, 2013 9:20 pm

if you can put the bike in the house or at a diffrent address for a while... shame you didnt catch them
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Post by Mogs on Sat Mar 02, 2013 12:15 am

Tossers about, now they know its there make sure it's locked up to f#*k
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Post by hypnoelvis on Sat Mar 02, 2013 7:46 am

They got in by forcing the rear window,, its a proper double glazed 5 bolt insurance approved type. I cant believe how easy they popped it. You can see where they praised it, right outside of the lower bolt I am be adding bars to the rear window now.
The whole house is alarmed and works well thank F...

Ive been on to my missus to get a hound for the house and as a family pet,, that ive been fancying,, i might get my way now,, always look for the positives.
But i was lucky the alarm had been set.

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Post by lchris21 on Sat Mar 02, 2013 8:15 am

dunno what camera you got Elv, but I've read that some digital pics contain GPS data that can pinpoint excatly where the bike was photgraphed????
not all thieves are thick as shit........

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Post by tay46 on Sat Mar 02, 2013 8:52 am

Glad they didn't get away with it.

Like lchris said there is a website where you can copy and paste the URL (I think) of a picture and it will show co ordinates of where it was taken. I know this happens on an I phone when you have location services on with the camera.
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Post by HondaMicky on Sat Mar 02, 2013 9:59 am

Thank good ness they didnt get it Elvis. Every time they have a go at mine i get another lock and a suprise. In the Tlc electrical catalogue they've got a Led flood light with a SD card in it.

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Post by bonkeye on Sat Mar 02, 2013 10:20 am

a dog is a good idea as they can ber territorial, i got a lovley staff but that thing is so soft & stupid it would go get its own lead if anyone broke thinking its time for a walk lol

deffo put the bars on the window, good idea is leave the bike on a stand & take the wheels off & keep them in the house + have a mark where you like your handle bars but take out the bolts for it... makes it harder for them to take but you have maeks where they should be so when you do want to go out you can just tighten them up when the marks are together
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