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10-13-2005 12:18 PM
mike_drz Sorry to hear about your son's bike, it was a good looking machine. Hopefully they'll find the bastards who did this!
10-13-2005 11:54 AM
Rundog Post your engine & frame numbers if you have them.....Sorry about your loss....
10-13-2005 06:01 AM
usmeiners
Hanging

They used to hang horse thieves. It was a great deterant.

I think we should bring it back for cars and bikes.
09-06-2005 07:49 PM
cookeetree Wow, your son sure is short!


Seriously, anyone who would steal from ANYONE is a parasitic a**ehole and deserves to die...



09-06-2005 10:18 AM
Vash Death and castration to bike thieves





09-06-2005 09:57 AM
Duketx54
2003 EX250 Stolen in Texas!

On Sept 3rd my son's motorcycle was stolen from the Silver Rock apartments in San Antonio, Texas.My son is in the Air Force and just got back from Iraq last march. He has always wanted a motorcycle so he took some of the money he maid in Iraq and bought a 2003 EX250 Kawasaki Lic# 199Y4C which he rode to work at Lackland, AFB. He only had liability insurance on as he lived in a gated complex. Anyone who would steal from someone who has served and is still serving his country is pretty low. Any help you could give to get the word out about his bike we would be thankful for.

PS: Photo of bike attached!

M.Garner
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