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STOLEN ATV: Looking For My Old 2005 Blaster Stolen From Shed

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It Was Back In September of 2005, A Few Smart Thief’s Broke Into My Shed One Late Night Cut The Locks On My Privacy Fence Gates And My Shed While My Dad Was On- Call Working and i was sleeping. they Pushed it Out The yard and either loaded it on a truck or hot wired it. i searched for days through woods, trials, friends houses and i pretty much gave up. I worked all summer to save up to buy me a 4 wheeler and it got stolen right out my shed. i woke up the next morning and noticed all this and almost cried seeing it was gone. i called the police and filed a report and i was just now today going through papers and i noticed i still have the report and the title so i thought id start searching again and keep hoping one day it might just show up but im loosing hope. It Was A 2005 Yamaha Blaster all stock with white plastics and a red frame bike had less then 20 hours on it when it was stolen ive included a photo of a similar bike if anybody knows where my quad might be please turn it in 4103443960 Thanks And God Bless.

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