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Old 10-22-2013, 04:42 PM   #61
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The vehicle is registered at an address near the block of 7400 Wiley Rd. I can't give out the exact address as it is confidential in what I do but I can tell you it is within 50-100 feet from the address I have listed. If someone lives in that area can do a drive by to see if the Van in the street or something and keep an eye out for it.
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The vehicle is registered at an address near the block of 7400 Wiley Rd. I can't give out the exact address as it is confidential in what I do but I can tell you it is within 50-100 feet from the address I have listed. If someone lives in that area can do a drive by to see if the Van in the street or something and keep an eye out for it.
Steal their van.
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Old 10-26-2013, 09:57 AM   #64
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The vehicle is registered at an address near the block of 7400 Wiley Rd. I can't give out the exact address as it is confidential in what I do but I can tell you it is within 50-100 feet from the address I have listed. If someone lives in that area can do a drive by to see if the Van in the street or something and keep an eye out for it.
If you check google maps street view someone has been doing donuts on that street

https://maps.google.com/maps?q=7400+...o35omvvNSs4nIQ
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Old 10-26-2013, 10:04 AM   #65
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If you check google maps street view someone has been doing donuts on that street

https://maps.google.com/maps?q=7400+...o35omvvNSs4nIQ
lol ... bike ones at that!! WTG
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Old 10-26-2013, 10:42 AM   #66
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yeah.... the only thing i can make out is the last 4 which is 4710.... and its a white GMC van for sure
Looks like BXW 4710.
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Old 10-26-2013, 12:07 PM   #67
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Pay attention on those two plates because they are both registered for that Van. The plate that has 4710 was cancelled on 9/16/13 so I'm assuming the new plate on that Van now is CGK2529.

Don't ask me how I know but I do and trust me on that.
Wow, hope you got a nice welcome when you joined MH!

BTW, I guess now we can just find moto thiefs by looking at Google maps and looking for donuts, to at least get an idea that there might be a nest there...
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Old 10-26-2013, 01:48 PM   #68
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i was you them nikka would get holes everywhere on them fuking thief
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Old 10-26-2013, 04:06 PM   #69
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5ft bolt cutters would slice through that like butter. good thing is most people dont have them and they're rather pricey. bad news is leverage gives you an advantage. remember the saying "with a long enough lever you can move the world" (or somehting like that)
Bull. Bolt cutters won't do it easily. Guarantee that was cut with a proper set of cable cutters:

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Notice the difference in the jaws - they pass by each other like scissors rather than meeting in the middle like bolt cutters. Forces each strand into the vertex and will go through like butter.
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i was you them nikka would get holes everywhere on them fuking thief
Don't do that lol. You would be charged for murder for sure. The guy never saw the thief messing with his bike. Only saw a black guy standing next to his bike and left momentarily after.

I know 99.9 percent that Van was the involved in the offense but without sufficient evidence, you would be doomed if you open fire. Just looking out for you brother.
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i was you them nikka would get holes everywhere on them fuking thief

, if i was you, them *****s would get holes everywhere on them. thieves! !


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instead of .. " putting holes in people " . why don't you just drive by and see if you see it, or if you see the van. If you do, call the cops, and say " I found a van that is saying they work for comcast, however, they are not, Im worried they might be trying to do home invasions ". wait, cops will come. Whent hey do, tell them you know this because there were in your area, and you saw them steal your bike. problemo solved, they will search, and they will either find, or not find. but at least you get them non working class people put where they belong
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