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#909796 - 11th Nov 2014 6:57pm Silver Pug 107 stolen 11/11/2014
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Pug 107 Reg DA 05 GZO

silver colour

Stolen today between 1.50pm and 4.30pm from Craven Street, Birkenhead

Any knowledge please post or PM or phone 07743 437 404

Thanks folks

Snod


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#910292 - 13th Nov 2014 7:10pm Re: Silver Pug 107 stolen 11/11/2014 [Re: Snodvan]
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Seems there is no sign of this car. Belonged to a friend of my wife.

She needs a car for her job so is stumped at the moment.

I am not familiar with procedures etc when a car is stolen so I have difficulty giving the lady advice. Any help from here will be appreciated.

The police said "wait 72 hours" - not quite sure why they said that. I guess because if it does not turn up somewhere within 72 hours (now almost passed) they will regard it as having been properly stolen.

Her insurer (Sainsbury) said it would be 24 hours until someone from their side could discuss the issues. Humph! is my comment to that.

Presuming the car is "properly gone" or is likely to be trashed if found what are the procedures and how long is an insurer likely to take to pay out on a fairly low value car?

The lady has had it just a year and I think the value was stated as the £3800 purchase price a year ago.

Thanks Snod
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#910366 - 14th Nov 2014 8:04am Re: Silver Pug 107 stolen 11/11/2014 [Re: Snodvan]
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How was it taken? Was the key used?
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#910378 - 14th Nov 2014 10:08am Re: Silver Pug 107 stolen 11/11/2014 [Re: Snodvan]
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Was thinking the same. The 107 isn't really in high demand for thieves, and the immobiliser system in the key is usually comprehensive in preventing it being started.

You want to see the problems Pug owners have syncing the key and starting the car when changing a key or battery.

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#910573 - 15th Nov 2014 3:15pm Re: Silver Pug 107 stolen 11/11/2014 [Re: Snodvan]
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Car was found late yesterday - seems to be undamaged

Snod
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#910576 - 15th Nov 2014 3:20pm Re: Silver Pug 107 stolen 11/11/2014 [Re: Snodvan]
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Good News Snod. Let's hope they've not razzed it to much. Did Mr Plod stumble across it?

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#910583 - 15th Nov 2014 3:40pm Re: Silver Pug 107 stolen 11/11/2014 [Re: Snodvan]
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Great News.I bet your wifes freind is well happy.Thanks for sharing.

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#910963 - 17th Nov 2014 11:47am Re: Silver Pug 107 stolen 11/11/2014 [Re: Snodvan]
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Brilliant News. If you want a free diagnostics check on it give me a shout.

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#910991 - 17th Nov 2014 4:00pm Re: Silver Pug 107 stolen 11/11/2014 [Re: Gibbo]
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Thank you Gibbo and others
The car has already been given a once-over by the garage and no reported problems. Had only been moved about 3/4 mile max by odometer. No locks damage so either a key or someone is real smart.

Snod
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#911124 - 17th Nov 2014 10:35pm Re: Silver Pug 107 stolen 11/11/2014 [Re: Snodvan]
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Glad it was found. From the details you give, I suspect the owner moved it and then forgot!
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#911648 - 20th Nov 2014 8:25pm Re: Silver Pug 107 stolen 11/11/2014 [Re: Snodvan]
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As Victor M would have said - "I don't belieeeve it"

The car above having been reunited with the owner has now suffered another theft. Yesterday it was parked in an Aldi car park (Not sure which one) and someone pinched both the front and back number plates!!

WHY??

Normally when a scally has nicked a car they will LOOK to see a the same year/ model on the road, will note the number, and then get a back street place to make up a set of plates. That way both cars drive around and ANPR etc will not detect any issues. Pinching the plates surely they must know it will be reported to the police pdq - so the number will show up whenever seen.

The downer, as the police told the car owner, is that likely she will get all sorts of notices for speeding, parking and worse. The dated/ timed Police Incident Number will get her out of that but she will still have the hassle.

Snod
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