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Old 11-27-2010, 08:48 AM   #41
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There's one local group that purchases clean frames in Dallas, ships them here, swaps everything over then sends the bike back up to Dallas to be sold. They junk the frames from what I was told/learned in a river/lake nearby(not sure where exactly I had forgotten the name.)

There's an international group in Houston that steals the bikes, takes off the front wheel, seat, hand controls and license plate and then ships the bike overseas to be sold. Disassembled that little bit a bike/car doesnt have to be registered on the box, its simply 'parts.'

Finding your bike/getting it back or catch any of these groups "red handed" only gets you the bottom end guy; the real organizers keep their hands clean. Sad but true; they arent going anywhere, and they get better everytime they steal a bike/one gets caught and gets a slap on the wrist for being a bad dirty lil thief. And no, cops will not come to investigate even if you identify your bike in some cases(from personal experience.) I'd recommend if you find and verify something you mention to dispatch "theft in progress."

No Im not a thief but I did stay at a Holiday Inn last night. You can authenticate my experience w one of the oldest threads on here w my stolen busa(for the newer members.)
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