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STOLEN ATV: STOLEN 2009 KX250F Monster Energy Edition Dirtbike

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WE ARE FROM PA. AGREED TO MET A GUY FROM CRAIGSLIST IN OHIO, SAID HE WOULD PAY EXTRA FOR DELIVERY. HE TEST RODE IT AND NEVER CAME BACK. HANDED US COUNTERFEIT MONEY. Have found MANY similar stories. These bikes are being found all over, different states.

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