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Old 4th March 2008, 04:40 PM
TristanCBR TristanCBR is offline
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cheers mate, appreciate it!
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Old 4th March 2008, 04:42 PM
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Shit man hard luck will keep my eyes peeled!!
Make sure to put it here also!
http://www.stolenbikes.ie/
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Old 4th March 2008, 05:44 PM
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Originally Posted by Slaphead View Post
Shit man hard luck will keep my eyes peeled!!
Make sure to put it here also!
http://www.stolenbikes.ie/
The vin and frame numbers would be handy as now I have arranged with 8 bike breakers to forward them the pictures and numbers so that they can keep an eye out aswell.

your bike is here dude.

http://www.stolenbikes.ie/index_files/Page540.htm
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Old 4th March 2008, 07:08 PM
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appreciate all the help guys.
vin : mc191056745
engine number : mc14e1106782
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Old 10th March 2008, 10:13 AM
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Found this one Last Saturday and it looks like stolen bike, the ignition switch is gone by force I think. and the riders seat.


Make & Model: Aprilia RS50

Colour:Yellow & Gray rs replica

Reg: 03D xxxx Sorry lads forgot the number

Location: Oldbawn Tallagh

Here's th ads @ Buyandsell.ie

Aprila RS50 '03. Leinster Dublin 24 150.00
Not running, good for parts or repair, 150. 085-8416367

it's look like this:

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Old 14th March 2008, 12:52 PM
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MY WORK MATES BIKE WAS JUST TAKEN 30 MINS AGO : seemly by guys on DARK BIKE, MAYBE THEM GUYS ON THE BROS

Make & Model: Honda VFR 800

Colour:Red

Reg:99 - KE - 10963 (will have it later)

Location Stolen From:Egypt Embassy Brennanstown Road, Cabinteely
Time Bike was Stolen:between 12pm (Midday) and 12.30pm.

Any distinguishing Features: completely standard. (will route out a pic now)

Contact John Loney : 4966011

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Old 14th March 2008, 01:33 PM
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Jaysus that embassy place is a very private spot indeed. You can't even see any buildings or carpark from the main road the driveway is so long plus i thought there were electric gates and embassy security etc. Hope the bike turns up anyway
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Old 14th March 2008, 01:40 PM
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Originally Posted by tkny View Post
Jaysus that embassy place is a very private spot indeed. You can't even see any buildings or carpark from the main road the driveway is so long plus i thought there were electric gates and embassy security etc. Hope the bike turns up anyway
Definitely agree with this. How the fuck did they even know of the place and the fact that the VFR was there?
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Old 14th March 2008, 02:34 PM
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Originally Posted by RosieJoe View Post
Definitely agree with this. How the fuck did they even know of the place and the fact that the VFR was there?
we work in harolds cross in a consulting engineers office, he was just visiting the embassey to view the site prior to us over seeing some work there, he was in and out in 5 mins!!!

me thinks he was followed?
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Old 14th March 2008, 02:37 PM
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Definitely had to be followed. The embassy is so secluded and private there is no way in knowing what was in the place without seeing the bike go in in the first place.

Any chance of getting the CCTV footage from the embassy?
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Old 14th March 2008, 03:30 PM
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Originally Posted by kceire View Post
MY WORK MATES BIKE WAS JUST TAKEN 30 MINS AGO : seemly by guys on DARK BIKE, MAYBE THEM GUYS ON THE BROS

Make & Model: Honda VFR 800

Colour:Red

Reg:99 - KE - 10963 (will have it later)

Location Stolen From:Egypt Embassy Brennanstown Road, Cabinteely
Time Bike was Stolen:between 12pm (Midday) and 12.30pm.

Any distinguishing Features: completely standard. (will route out a pic now)

Contact John Loney : 4966011

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cut the balls of them wankers, Sorry to hear that
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Old 15th March 2008, 12:52 PM
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its actually the ambassador's residence so you would imagine there must be cameras etc. bizarre when I think about it, there is electronic gates etc. I lived down the road most of my life and the gates are never open - this is probably mad but i don't suppose someone on the inside could have taken it, that place is like fort knox
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Old 16th March 2008, 01:39 PM
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stolen bike....

honda shadow 1100cc

reg ; 97 d

colour :red and white

it has foot plates and sissybars

the bike was stolen in maynoot

tanks in advanced
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Old 28th April 2008, 10:10 PM
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My bike has JUST been stolen - Euro 1,000 Reward
EURO1,000 reward for info leading to return of my BIKE.

My (locked) mint VFR 800FiX has been taken from outside my office at 10B Park West Business Park D12.

Reg: 99 TS 4328

Milage: 28,900

Extras: Seat hump, Raven carbon can, larger smoked screen.

I will gladly pay 1,000 for info leading to the recovery of it as I was unable to get theft insurance on it.

I only have it 3 weeks approx.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/884655919/
bumped for griffo .
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Old 24th May 2008, 05:56 PM
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Taken from another forum

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STOLEN - 10,000 reward

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------



I know it's not most people on here's cup of tea but..

Received this from a friend in the Motorcycle trade -

Please help - circulate this release to as many people as possible - Thank
you


10,000 reward offered for information leading to recovery of priceless
stolen motorcycles



Two priceless, multi-award winning, custom motorcycles also known as "Art
Bikes" were stolen from a service area on the A1 today (23rd May). The two
machines, known as Psy-Bawg and Barnstormer, are extremely well known to the
international motorcycling community; as some of the world's best examples
of one-off custom engineering, having won numerous awards for design and
construction across Europe and beyond.



The unique nature of the one-off hand made components makes both motorcycles
very easily identifiable and totally worthless to anyone wishing to sell the
bikes on, but to the team at Hawg Haven in Norwich the bikes are priceless,
representing the culmination of years of dedication and hard work.
Consequently business partners Jon and Terry are offering a massive 10,000
reward for information which leads to the safe recovery of Psy-Bawg and
Barnstormer.



If you have ANY INFORMATION which may help track the machines down, or if
you have noticed anything unusual - the bikes are quite unmistakeable -
please contact Jon direct on 07776 185 608.





Contact Jon Quantrell at Hawg Haven on 01603 41 22 22 or see
www.hawghaven.co.uk <http://www.hawghaven.co.uk/> for more details.
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Old 24th May 2008, 06:02 PM
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they wont stay stolen for long id say
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Old 24th May 2008, 07:00 PM
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Yeah they must be fu***g stupid to steal these bikes (or any bike for that matter). They are easily recognizable and difficult to break for parts.
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Old 21st June 2008, 02:25 PM
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happy to say i stopped two little sh**s with a couriers club 90 two months ago in city centre they had the bike within 20seconds of seeing it no visible damage to bike ;-]
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Old 21st June 2008, 05:34 PM
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2 animal looking yokes there, purple yoke with no downtube is schweeeet!
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Old 23rd June 2008, 11:23 AM
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This was last August but you'd never know...!!
1991 CB1 400 - Blue with white wheels
German Import - immaculate, had just spend 500 notes getting tyres, new clutch, new brakes, bug screen and a givi back box rack amongst other things. Only thing distintive was the speedo had the Mph tipex-d out and Kph added by the previous brain-surgeon owner, which meant you couldn't see it at night.
Arrived late to work one morn, took a quick run inside to show the face and get out of the wet gear, went back out to lock her up but alas no bike......
It most likely was broken down in Finglas and is now part of multiple bros's around the city. Gardai reckon they spot a bike they want and follow you, just make sure you insure for theft, unlike me who just had third party...........ouch.........
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