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Old 25th July 2007, 03:52 PM
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Default Stolen Bike Today

Make: CBR 250 RR

Year: 1997

Colour: Black

Reg: 97 D 65012

Stolen from: Sandford Industrial Estate at
9:30 AM Wednesday 25th July 2007

Cracked right Fairing and some general repair work has been made to the fairings over the years. All repairs are done well but are obvious on close inspection.
Slight dent mid way in the exhaust.


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Old 25th July 2007, 07:53 PM
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Another one lads cbr 900 rr 92 white pink purple original blade
reg:92d 50090.nicked from the corner of blesington st and dorset st on sun 22july.
any info to its local please P.M me here TA!
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Old 26th July 2007, 12:50 AM
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Default Stolen Aprilia RSV today

Saw this on cockstain.ie

Stolen Aprilia RSV today - Substantial reward

She's on an yellow plate, WNM something or other

Colour: Black/Red

Stolen from: Adelaide Road
9-5 sometime during the day Wednesday 25th July 2007

Bit of road rash on the left hand side, otherwise pretty tidy bike
[Edit: It will have a damaged front right brake disk, which
has been hacked to bits to remove the lock in the picture]

Here's a photo of said bike

substantial reward for any information leading to its return.
Substantial meaning, a packet of rancheros and enough money to have a great weekend.

http://www.octane.ie/forum/attachmen...8&d=1175717985

If someone was registered on other bike forums could you post a link to this thread?
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Old 26th July 2007, 08:24 PM
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Default Stolen CB500 1997

I'm a bit late but my 1997 Honda CB500 Green was stolen from underground car park on Tues June 19th at 10:05 am. Sandyford Industrial Estate.

Reg No.: 97D 70702
Frame No.: ZDCPC32BOVF100199
Engine No.:PC26E3200049

German import 14000kms, mint condition. My first bike only had it for only 3 months. Unfortunately no pictures. Gutted to say the least!!

Got them on cctv, Honda VFR black, rider and pillion passenger entered car park & stole my bike. Used my bike to cover up the number plate on the way out.

They were locked into car park next door a few days later but got away by riding up the fire exit steps and away...
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Old 31st July 2007, 01:47 PM
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Default Stolen CB400 Super Four

Stolen from outside Cafe Sol on Lower Hatch Street (Just off Leeson Street) between 11.15am and 12pm on Wednesday 25th July. Only had 4 months so no pics I'm afraid.
Reg 93 D 43727
To say I am gutted would be an understatement
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Old 2nd August 2007, 05:53 PM
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Dont know if this is stolen or what but found a reg plate off a bike near the e.s.b reg is 04 D 49456. Bike was bought from bikeworld.
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Old 2nd August 2007, 05:56 PM
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Originally Posted by Dinefred
Dont know if this is stolen or what but found a reg plate off a bike near the e.s.b reg is 04 D 49456. Bike was bought from bikeworld.
Plate was made in Bikeworld... :)
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Old 2nd August 2007, 06:55 PM
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Yeh could have been made there. Point is it could have been robbed and thrown there and the bike used by two thieves to rob more bikes as they go around on bikes with no regs.
Could maybe identify the bike... So many getting robbed.
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Old 2nd August 2007, 07:06 PM
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Originally Posted by Dinefred
Dont know if this is stolen or what but found a reg plate off a bike near the e.s.b reg is 04 D 49456. Bike was bought from bikeworld.
its a scooter
see link
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Old 2nd August 2007, 07:24 PM
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Well thats that sorted then, nice one rendex. Probably been burned out by now.
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Old 5th August 2007, 10:46 PM
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Arrow any suggestions for locks n stuff?

..jeez just got bike and joined the site. this bike robbin lark is freakin m'out. looks like they'll get through mostly anything, had planned to getta lock off allspammer for like 100 eu but now seems waste almost

..what yiz reckon, anybody got any suggestions for a make of lock that'd be inclined to put em off ..or other suggestions appreciated
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Old 6th August 2007, 03:51 PM
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abus make good suff but if they want it bad enough no lock will work

also consider more than one lock and a loud alarm in a very public place when parking

just maximize the inconvenience factor for them to the max
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Old 6th August 2007, 04:01 PM
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Originally Posted by heywood100
abus make good suff but if they want it bad enough no lock will work

also consider more than one lock and a loud alarm in a very public place when parking

just maximize the inconvenience factor for them to the max

Heywood, any update on your baby. Saw yours was the last post, hoped you were reporting her found & safe...

Hope so soon,

Bros
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Old 7th August 2007, 12:32 PM
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Triumph, do me a favour and give your brother another congradulations from me. A lot of the Guards seem to view bike theft as a lesser crime for some reason and there response is a joke.

Oh and cheers for the advice by the way, I'm gonna bike a disc brake and then put the chain through the back wheel and the frame.
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Old 7th August 2007, 12:36 PM
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Scooch, I remember what it felt like to see someone drop my first bike on the pavement so I cannot imagine what its like to see someone steal it. Having any bike stolen is hard, but your first one is especially tough. I will keep a sharp eye out for it all around dublin.
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Old 7th August 2007, 01:01 PM
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Originally Posted by heywood100
abus make good suff but if they want it bad enough no lock will work

also consider more than one lock and a loud alarm in a very public place when parking

just maximize the inconvenience factor for them to the max
Came into the job yesterday to use the net & on the way home on the grangecastle road some pikie bastard flew past on a bike the same as yours Haywood. No helmet or gear of any sort on. So i lifted the handbrake & went after him. He took a corner & i noticed he had the standard cans on it. With that a unmarked garda car comes screaming up past me. So i left them to it. Just hope they caught the c**t.
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Old 8th August 2007, 03:41 PM
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appreciate the advice heywood, wil check abus. Hope that was your bike that flynn saw, any joy ?

by the way is allspammer website good place to shop or would anyone recommend somewhere else, any particular shop better ?
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Old 8th August 2007, 03:44 PM
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i like thevisorshop.com and mandp.co.uk, couldnt find the allspammer place you mention

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Old 12th August 2007, 01:23 AM
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New fella here, great site lads!

Just a few things...

I am a guard and have read this forum for a while, driving a marauder 125, my first bike.

Firstly, a stolen bike thread should be created where the only posts are about bikes that have been stolen or recovered, no discussions! it would make it alot easier for me to go through and take down reg numbers, that i can stick in my PDA and check on when im out and about. Chattin away is good but it makes it harder for me and any other guards who look at this to find the nitty gritty info we need.

Secondly, I noticed a bit of harshness towards our responce to bikes being stolen so let me just say that where I work, its a dublin city center station, if a call comes in that a bike is being stolen at the moment we almost kill ourselves trying to get there to catch them. Ive almost been in many accidents from it. If the bike has already been stolen and is long gone, then its lower down on our list of priorities and more urgent calls, like assaults will take precedence. Theres other people out there that need help too. So please, give us a break, we do the best we can with what meager resources we have.

Anyway, my main reason for posting is for my first point. I would ask the Mods to create a sticky thread for stolen bikes that only has the relevant info in it, so that myself and any others who look at it can provide a better service for you guys.
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Old 13th August 2007, 12:34 AM
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Originally Posted by DECLAN MC
sorry for troubling u prob is who to ring local garda 999 or is there some other place or numberie confiduntual phone no sorry for spelling we all make mistakes if there is let us know if there is isent tells us propper way to do things thats a starting point
this is my opionion dont speak for anyone else
i will put on my phone any no u give us and use it
Well the answer is unfortunatly two fold. If you call your local station then you cut out the middle man ( ie, the 999 operator ) so in theory you get a faster responce. However if your local station doesnt have any units to spare at the minute, you will be left waiting until they do and no other station knows about it.

If you call 999, then they will get in touch with whatever you local station is and pass it to them ASAP and if your local station doesnt have any units available then it will be passed by the 999 operator to the next closest station. So someone will get to you!

This is speaking from the viewpoint of dublin city, i cant really comment on other areas.

My personal advice is that if the call is urgent, as in, your bike is being stolen as we speak. Then ring your local station first, as this will cut out the delay. Its always handy to have your local stations number on your phone
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