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#364362 - 9th Nov 2009 1:33pm Bike Theft - eastham
hazza Offline
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Hi all, new to the boards and probably not the best 1st post to submit.

Had 2 bikes stolen fom our shed last night, sunday 8th nov.
1 black saracen vortex and 1 silverfox bmx, the silverfox is blue with black mag wheels and 4 stunt pegs.
the saracen had a attachment on the seat post to accept a childs seat.
Any sights of these please drop me a line

Thanks
Hazza


Edited by hazza (9th Nov 2009 1:33pm)

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#364405 - 9th Nov 2009 2:54pm Re: Bike Theft - eastham [Re: hazza]
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unfortunately, there's probably a couple of smack riding around on them by now - doubt you'll see them again.

sorry about the News though.

enjoy the site - i'm new myself and it's really good.

regards,
volly

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#364406 - 9th Nov 2009 2:56pm Re: Bike Theft - eastham [Re: Volly]
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we will keep our eyes open smile

happened to me this time 2 years ago frown

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#364408 - 9th Nov 2009 3:01pm Re: Bike Theft - eastham [Re: Wheels]
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Welcome to wikiwirral.

I'm down Eastham every day, so will keep my eye out for you.

Where about do you live? PM me if you don't want to post it on the forums
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#364413 - 9th Nov 2009 3:38pm Re: Bike Theft - eastham [Re: BMW Joe]
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Thanks all.

Volley, i know the chance of getting the back is remote at the slightest, but its got to be worth a try, even if its just to get my hands on the thieving sods.

Regards

Hazza

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#364445 - 9th Nov 2009 6:10pm Re: Bike Theft - eastham [Re: hazza]
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Originally Posted By: hazza
Thanks all.

Volley, i know the chance of getting the back is remote at the slightest, but its got to be worth a try, even if its just to get my hands on the thieving sods.

Regards

Hazza


yeah, course it's worth a try

and if you do get hold of them, i'm sure there a lot of people on here MORE than willing to help punish them, ha ha ha.

good luck

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#364449 - 9th Nov 2009 6:31pm Re: Bike Theft - eastham [Re: Volly]
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We can offer advise on how to safe guard your bikes if you ever get any more, good luck with getting them back.
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#364478 - 9th Nov 2009 8:05pm Re: Bike Theft - eastham [Re: Sanchez]
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Off with their hands and off with their 'nads so they can't breed!!!! somad

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#364492 - 9th Nov 2009 9:08pm Re: Bike Theft - eastham [Re: Wench]
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Got told of 2 young lads on the rob in Bromborough, about 13-16 years of age.

Our paper delivery fella told me their names but i've forgot them.

If i get the 2 names i'll PM you, although i think they are well known from what they do. Am pretty sure they done over our Car Wash cash box.
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#364510 - 9th Nov 2009 10:31pm Re: Bike Theft - eastham [Re: MrPhil]
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Why shouldn't you run over a scouser on a bike?

Because it's probably yours, ba dum tish.

Sorry to hear of your loss. You;d think things would be safe enough in a shed. What security was on it?

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#364582 - 10th Nov 2009 11:15am Re: Bike Theft - eastham [Re: MrPhil]
hazza Offline
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Originally Posted By: MrPhil
Got told of 2 young lads on the rob in Bromborough, about 13-16 years of age.

Our paper delivery fella told me their names but i've forgot them.

If i get the 2 names i'll PM you, although i think they are well known from what they do. Am pretty sure they done over our Car Wash cash box.


I have found out that another bike was stolen close by a couple of weeks and 2 young lads were seen hanging around the house where it was taken from. Would love to get hold of this scum.

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#364668 - 10th Nov 2009 4:55pm Re: Bike Theft - eastham [Re: ]
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Thanks summer, i had a gander myself and seen nothing there also.

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#364933 - 11th Nov 2009 10:25pm Re: Bike Theft - eastham [Re: ]
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check in with dave at k cycles and let him know what has gone and where, colours etc.

you never know if they wander in to get a tyre pumped up. he can put you in contact with the local bobby (yeh they do have one) i know it sounds like a thankless task but if they keep doing it and people let them get away with it it breeds.

so colour make name any features scrape marks stickers, sadlle etc.bits that are broke or bent. All features that make the bike yours and unique. report it then you stand a chance of getting them back. hopefully mr phill will get the names for you as well.

good look and my sympathy on your loss.

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