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My 2016 Honda Pioneer 1000 was stolen from the Stor-Quest Storage facility on Longs Way in Parker, Colorado early Saturday morning, June 2, 2018. The thieves entered the facility earlier on Friday, June 1st, used a grinder to cut the lock on the trailer as well as the gate lock at the storage facility. They returned several hours later, around 12:30 a.m. and hooked up a rental GMC Yukon to the trailer that held the UTV and drove out through the gate which is used as a fire department access gate. The trailer is a tandem axle trailer, gray in color but with a lot of rust on it – custom made in 1993 using 3×2 heavy wall square tubing. It has a utility/storage box on the nose that contained three gas and one diesel can (5 gallons each), and two ramps were stored underneath at the back of the trailer with a locking door. In addition to the vehicles stolen, the UTV contained a custom made bumper with gas can holder, winch on front, a large amount of camping gear: jet boil stove, alcohol camp stove, two Zebra stainless steel food box and pan, folding chairs, an LED lantern and US mess kit, a camping table, tent, bed rolls, backpacks, ropes, a Silky saw, an Eastwing hatchet, poncho, survival blankets, a solar shower, towels, cameo hunting bibs and t-shirts, heavy winter gloves, a camp parka and other clothing items. Also in the UTV were two knives (one was a custom made skinning knife with a 6” blade and the other was a Gerber) also I. The UTV was a Garmin, which has been reported to Garmin as stolen, and a range finder. It also contained a portable air compressor and tool kit as well as several other items. I pack my unit so I can stay out 3-4 days at a time, so it was pretty loaded.

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