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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 11-22-2011, 11:44 AM Thread Starter
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hey y'all, well both my garages were broke into this last weekend. faggot stole 12k worth of stuff. mostly equipment and parts for a plymouth duster doorslammer and a pro dragster, also got me for a bunch of go fast parts for my diesel. my highball was sitting right there the whole time and they didnt even touch it. dont know what that means. thankfully my family was not home at the time. my point is that few people know how jaded one can become towards their fellow man in a profession such as mine. and your suppose to come back to the rest of the world and get back to the normal good feeling life. well events such as these push one to believe that every man they meet is a bottom dwelling, non-working, stealing, lieing, piece of shit crapped out of their mothers anus. but..... to all the honest, hard working, good people out there,, keep doing what your doing! the world will keep degrading around us, and our small perimeter will get smaller and smaller, but thats what makes us say yes! when asked if you think your better than me.
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That blows!

Sounds targeted, like someone knew what you had in the garage and thought they deserved it more than the person who worked hard to earn it.

Probably didn't take the bike because they didn't have an outlet for it. Harder to get rid of than something without a serial number or registration.

Some assclown stole a radio out of my Jeep a few years back. I would probably have shot the bugger if I'd seen him, but then I would be in trouble...

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some jackass stole the gate to my property where I live 3 nights ago. Wish I would've heard them... I was home at the time (my house is 800 feet or so from the road through the forest).
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You guys that just sucks. I am so sorry!

I bet ridinman is right. Unfortunately, you probably know this person, who knows what work you do and what items you have. Check your local craigslist and other sites for awhile. I had a coworker who found her recently stolen snowblower on craigslist and had an undercover cop "buy" it back, nabbing the thief in the process. Guy had dozens of snowblowers, all lined up and ready to sell just in time for winter.

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Sorry to hear that man, that freaking blows!!!
Karma is a bitch...don't worry those little parasites won't last long...
It makes me furious when stuff like this happen.
I am glad you guys are safe!
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I have a couple of game cameras hanging in the trees around my house. They are infrared so no flash and noone knows they are there. You would be suprised what they have photographed. Caught a couple punks snooping in the neighbors garage this last summer in the middle of the night. I have it between our houses so it covers his garage door. When I pulled the card out and started looking at the pics, I saw this and gave him the card. He went to police and they made an arrest 2 days later.
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Remember a lot of times a thief will come back. He or they may figure they need help to load the bike. Sorry to think this way,but I have been ripped off a few times in my life. I personally am sorry they did away with the good old fashioned hanging tree. Remember they use to hang a man for steeling another mans horse.
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ouch! Sorry to hear that.

I hope they catch the jerks.

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well, found the headers for the dragster, thats about three grand back, and now we have a person to begin questioning. of course this person only recieved the stolen goods. still dont know who was at my house, but it wont be long and either the police, or my personal network back home will find out who it was. and after the jail or prison term is up. ill have to go pay a visit to them. oh, and the gamecameras are a great idea!!! i will definitly be doing that along with everything else. ADT, Closed loop cameras, and my own personal blend of security.
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I was robbed a couple of years ago. My Jackpot was in the way so they horsed it by the handle bars driving the bars into the gas take leaving dents and scratches on the tank and exhaust. Unfortunately the cops were clueless - no property turned up and no one every questioned.

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