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STOLEN ATV: STOLEN 2014 Honda Rancher


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Stolen from back of my brothers house from under a tarp. The area is Monroe, LA Near the area of Milhaven. Just down from the State Troupers office. The 4-wheeler was not insured (didnt know we could insure it) and it is financed with the credit union. It has been reported to state police. I will update the case when my brother sends me the VIN# any help will be greatly appreciated.

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