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Pinned Stolen Motorcycles

Discussion in 'The Pub' started by GreyImport, May 31, 2016.

  1. risky

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    well i had another theft- windscreen off a 1992 cbr1000f.had a unwelcome visitor about 3 months ago who wanted to buy the screen but was told not for sale- obviuosly back in middle of night.
     
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    Andych Well-Known Member Premium Member

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    Sounds like you need to find a nicer place to live.. :)
     
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    need a semi auto shotgun with pig shot in it but not legal- maybe an electric wire and earth pad.last person who stole a bike gets out in january and i heard he figures he will suffer retribution- all i can say is i heard he was going to be shark bait-psychological warfare.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    If they ever get the bike back and hope they do , i'd buy the bike if it's not totalled. That is one very neat SRX and whoever looked after the bike would be mighty p----d off about getting it stolen. Iv'e got a very old deep water well that may be of use when they find the person :aggressive:.Hope the owner of the bike reads this.
     
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    Or you could get a shed .... and lock them all Away
     
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    Heaven forbid....lol
     
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    Too busy wasting his money on **** bikes he cant ride :headbang:
     
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    not worth a reply
     
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    That's not the "risky" way.

    We need to do an "Amish" and go down there and build the bloody shed for him!
     
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    Amish is a bit old school, something along the lines of renovation rescue :)
     
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    More like an Intervention :)
     
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    We could the front steps as well and put in a ramp
     
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    much appreciated,-----when can you start?
     
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    On this subject... Some grub went through my tank bag and pinched my Aldi waterproof jacket
     
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    @risky just get a big dog mate, a rotty or shepherd. Ain't no-one gonna steal your stuff then...
     
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    Stolen bike's in Cessnock
    https://www.cessnockadvertiser.com.au/story/5410175/riders-on-notice/#slide=4


    People riding motorbikes illegally in the Cessnock and Kurri Kurri area are on notice.

    The Hunter Valley Police District has renewed its efforts into addressing the region’s unregistered trail bike problem.

    Since the re-engineering of the NSW Police Force on January 14 – which saw Cessnock and Kurri Kurri Police join the Hunter Valley district – police have seized 43 motorbikes that were being ridden unlawfully on local roads.

    Many of these bikes were stolen, and after examination, have been returned to their rightful owners.

    As reported in April, the Cessnock local government area had the second-highest rate of motor vehicle theft in the state in 2017, with 338 incidents (or 595.5 per 100,000 people).

    And police say motorbikes account for a high percentage of these thefts.

    Hunter Valley Police District Chief Inspector Peter Vromans said police have been working hard to recover stolen motorbikes in the Cessnock community.

    “The owners have been very happy to get them back – some good quality trail bikes cost up to $10,000,” he said.

    “For people who are using them properly and lawfully as a fun pastime, losing it would hurt.”

    Chief Inspector Vromans advises motorbike owners to take basic precautions to ensure their bike is secure, such as storing it in a locked room or garage, not leaving the keys with the bike, and to consider additional security devices.

    Chief Inspector Vromans said some of the motorbikes that have been seized were owned by people who had chosen to ride them illegally on public roads.

    He said police have made an application to the courts to have these bikes forfeited.

    “We are trying to use it as a deterrent to other riders,” he said.

    “If people realise their bikes could be taken off of them, they might think twice about breaking the law.”

    Chief Inspector Vromans said illegal trailbike riders can pose a danger to the public.

    “A lot of the time, stolen bikes are being ridden irresponsibly and are not fitted with warning devices such as brake lights or blinkers,” he said.

    “The riders take advantage of being able to go where cars can’t (such as footpaths).

    “It can be a very dangerous situation.”

    Chief Inspector Vromans said the police district will soon commence Operation RIDA, which stands for Report Illegal Dirtbike Activity.

    In the initial phases of the operation, police will be appealing to the public for as much information as they can get.

    Anyone who is aware of illegal trail bike activity in their area, or who has any information that may assist police in their investigations, is encouraged to contact Cessnock Police on 4991 0199 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.



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  20. Cuda

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    Hmm sounds like you guys have a seriouse problem with bike theft in a good many parts of Australia just an idea here but how about getting some groups together in those areas affected and set up and run some dark ops / sting operations you could attack the issue from differing areas such as run bogus 'For Sale ads showing a very nice bike (someones bike) include location etc then stand vigil. You could also park bikes up in certain areas where they have gone missing before and again stand vigil Once Mr. Thieving scumbag or ' ScumBAGS shows up trying to nick said bike take him/them down (you'll need a reliable van with blackoud out windows in the back and a partitioned cab).

    Move your newly acquired deadbeats to a nice quiet out of the way location and torture the S**t outa them for a good few hours ... even days :D untill you A. have the whearabouts/location of all the other stolen machines and also the names and addresses of other scumbags involved and B. Untill your happy you have the information you want. Once you are satisfied you have everything you need and are growing tired of listening to them beg and scream .. make em scream some more by THEN knee Capping them and smashing every bone in the hands of those involved as a message to others (8 pound lump hammer should suffice) ... nearly forgot C. Go find the other Scrotes involved and repeat process sooner or later word will get around and bike theft should either stop or drop sufficiently in your area.

    Just a suggestion it tends to work a treat done with enough 'vigor and enthusiasm ;)
     
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