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Friend's bike stolen in Ann Arbor

It's a 97 Honda CBR900RR. It was stolen from my work on Sunday night around 8:00 p.m. There's more info in the link below. http://www.gixxer.com/forums/showthread.php?t=88565
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Re: Friend's bike stolen in Ann Arbor

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It's a 97 Honda CBR900RR. It was stolen from my work on Sunday night around 8:00 p.m. There's more info in the link below. http://www.gixxer.com/forums/showthread.php?t=88565
I read about it earlier today ... that's messed up. I was contemplating not getting comprehensive coverage at all...
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Angry Friend's bike stolen in Ann Arbor,MI
Well it was stolen from work. It's a red 1997 CBR900RR. I had been working on it for a few weeks so I could sell it for my friend who used to live in MIchigan but now lives back in Japan. I had finished putting it back together just 15 minutes before it was stolen. So I'm trying to set the alarm at the building and there is an abnormal point somewhere. I tried about 3 more times and said screw it. Then I heard a door open and close. So I walked around the corner and there was some guy walking back through some door with a bike helmet on and a jacket and gloves. I figured maybe its one of the Japanese guys I work with and figured he could set the alarm when he left. I thought it was strange when he didn't say anything to me because I know he heard me but half the time I think the Japanese guys are terrified of me anyways so whatever. I get on my bike outside and get ready to leave. Then the side garage door open and out hops some guy on MY FRIEND'S BIKE!!!! At first I thought no way is that his bike. Then I thought well maybe a Japanese guy is buying from my friend and nobody told me. But he saw me with my bike running and almost wiped out, then he took off. SO I figured I'd follow him for a bit. He must have figured I was following him so he gunned it and I took off after him. It was raining out and wet as hell so I was kind of hesitant to chase after him. I was catching up to him when he blew through a stop sign going about 70. He was headed down a back road which has a bunch of construnction dirt all over it so I decided to cut the chase off before I wreck my bike. I feel like a pussy for not following him any further. It was definitely somebody who knew the building and exactly where the bike was. If it's who I think it is he's getting fucked up tomorrow morning. If anybody see's this bike for sale or parts on Ebay I'd appreciate it if you'd let me know. Fucking thieves!cursing
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Cant leave your stuff anywhere.
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HMMmmmmmm Maybe there was other stuff stolen as well as the Bike Hmmmmmm but im not suggesting that , because that would be insurance fraud hahah

YEA SUX, sorry to hear about it... I had a jeep whoes windows got cut about 5 times... Man I loved that jeep too..
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