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STOLEN ATV: 2007 Suzuki 500 4×4

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Sunday night or Monday morning Feb. 5-6 between 10:30PM andc6:30am, thieves cut chain link fence, pushed it out of a very tight area NOT VISIBLE FROM THE ROAD, out the cut hole in fence, up a fairly large embankment. Definitely took some effort from more than one person!!

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