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Old 07-14-2011, 05:29 PM   #11
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That's the problem that no one seems to get. We've contacted the police, but they won't do anything until we've done all the leg work. Maybe if we lived in Mayberry the police would be a bit more helpful...
Did you get the bikes serial number registered to you? That way they can prove its yours and take it back straight away
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Did you get the bikes serial number registered to you? That way they can prove its yours and take it back straight away
Absolutely, we still have the original receipt with the serial on it as well. The police report we filled out has the serial in there too. We can prove ownership of the bike with no question. It's just catching this little twinkle-toed douche with no police assistance that seems to be a problem...
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Absolutely, we still have the original receipt with the serial on it as well. The police report we filled out has the serial in there too. We can prove ownership of the bike with no question. It's just catching this little twinkle-toed douche with no police assistance that seems to be a problem...
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LOL. I'm sure a couple of the neighborhood guys we have out looking for this guy are packing. All I have is a baseball bat laying in the back of my truck. Not that I would ever use it in a violent manner...
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See, the problem is; the bike is yours, so you can't just run him over in some sort of truck :P

what you need is his address, two poles and some wire...
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See, the problem is; the bike is yours, so you can't just run him over in some sort of truck :P

what you need is his address, two poles and some wire...
I like the way you think. I'd settle for just the address at this point...
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dude,

The police where you live are absolutely pathetic.
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The police where you live are absolutely pathetic.
Truer words were never spoken. It's mostly because the city went bankrupt and had to cut back a bunch of stuff....
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