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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old 11-26-2012, 01:33 AM Thread Starter
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some piece of crap tried to steal my bike friday night

Some piece of shit tried to steal my sportster friday night..woke up saturday morning to walk the dogs,i notice the cover is off my bike i walk over to my bike notice the seat is hanging to one side of the bike..scumbags stole the nelson rigg cover,tried to get the seat off as well,Rang the cops took them 3 hours to come..cops said there's not much they can do because no one seen what happened..I just ordered a gorilla alarm,i have 2 disc locks on the bike already..What kind of scumbag steals a bike cover,i dont know how they got the seat up must of stuck a screwdriver or a bar under to bust it...I hope i catch them im going to beat them with a framing hammer.




i ahve it at my friends house till my alarm comes in the mail.

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Wow! Someone will risk the chance of possibly getting shot to steal some parts!
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As stated in many earlier posts, thieves are the scum of the earth. I hate hearing about this stuff.


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Anybody tries that with my bike and the cops will have a nice video and still pics of the perps as my bike is watched over by a motion detection/night vision equiped security camera.

They hung horse thieves back in the day...they should reinstitute hanging for bike thieves .
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I am glad to say that I live in tx. I would love to have someone try to steal my bike. I have 4 shotguns 2 revolvers 2pistols and I will finish that sucker off with a baseball bat that's if my pitbull don't eat him alive first.


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Sucks budgie, I really hate that we can't work hard to have something nice for ourselves without other Jacka$$es having to put their Di(k beaters all over it. Hope they perpetrators get found out and hope nothing is too damaged.

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As stated in many earlier posts, thieves are the scum of the earth. I hate hearing about this stuff.
I agree 100%, however, leaving a bike outside is just asking for scumbags to mess with it, or try to steal it.

All the locks and alarms in the world only deter them and it'll never stop them.

See about renting a local garage, and get it off the street or out of the parking lot. Bikes are easy to steal. Easy money, and crackheads need to buy presents for their crackhead kids for Christmas.

The police took 3 hours to respond, simply because a found theft attempt isn't a priority call. If people would stop calling the police to dicipline their kids, or for other stupid things, maybe they'da been there sooner, but that's how it works.

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I am glad to say that I live in tx. I would love to have someone try to steal my bike. I have 4 shotguns 2 revolvers 2pistols and I will finish that sucker off with a baseball bat that's if my pitbull don't eat him alive first.


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Man, I hate thieves. THis is an especially sore subject with me, as my Veteran's Day deer hunt was interupted by a frantic call from my house 42 miles away. My wife had returned home and there were thieves in our house. They fled out the back and through the woods, and she never saw a vehicle of any kind.

I made it from my deer camp 42 miles away only minutes behind the cops, and she had called 911. Furthermore, we have a registered sex offender living one house up, and I've been told that bumps us up the "priority list" in case of emergency calls. Bull Shit.

Things were taken from us that mean a lot. A rifle my dad gave me for my 14th birthday. Stuff that had been in my wife's family for 150 years. Mostly though, the sanctity of our home has been violated. I have reached a point where I no longer even care if we catch the thieves that hit us, I just want us to catch a thief. Any thief will do just fine.

Not meaning to hijack, man, and I sincerely hope you beat whoever messed with your bike to death. Funeral Required Death.

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Just a thought for the OP ya really don't wanna post threats of what you'll do on the internet. Any thief that gets beat with a hammer in your area you'll be a suspect.

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