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Topic # 58097 7-Mar-2010 17:12
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Bike was stolen from right outside the front door between 2030 and 0230, located in Howick. Only additions are rear cowling and red pin stripes on wheels, and i bet first thing they do is remove the L plate from rear fender. Rego A4BFK Any info on sightings wether on the street or trademe apprecaited

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  Reply # 305238 7-Mar-2010 17:38
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That sucks mate, good luck!

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  Reply # 305252 7-Mar-2010 19:27
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Sucks to hear, hope you get it back




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  Reply # 305269 7-Mar-2010 21:45
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That sucks man

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  Reply # 305279 7-Mar-2010 23:34
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Bugger, sorry to hear that.

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