gdubya

Stolen Atv's

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Texas and Oklahoma riders can you keep an eye out for my atv's. They were stolen from Plano Tx. 06 Yamaha Bruin 4x4 blue,05 Arctic Cat 400 4x4 red,06 6x10 trailer no sides with wire mesh bottom red(Kearney Brand) very distinctive , I had it built for the bikes ,its a one of a kind.

Pictures are in my profile.

Glenn Wright (gdubya)

214-499-0833

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Sorry to hear about your Quad man. You can post it on my site, the more eye to see it the better the out come insaneatvs

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yeah also try posting on ATVfan.com and atvsource.com like wicked said the more eyes the better chance of someone finding them...

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You should call the police and alert them as well. Have you? ;)

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Yes I have filed a report and posted on several webs and sent emails to every dealer within 500 miles.

Plus started an email chain that has so far reached over 1000 people thru friends.

Here is a link with better pics.

Thanks

Gdubya

if you google "stolen atvs" you will find my post everywhere!!:mad:

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Well it's been almost 2 years! I really hope the thieves are getting some good use out of them and not just letting them sit around.

BoatRant

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Well it's been almost 2 years! I really hope the thieves are getting some good use out of them and not just letting them sit around.

BoatRant

So I take it you never had any luck. Did you ever replace them?

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I moved this in here "Stolen ATV" Section......

Sorry to say,,,,,I think that by now.....Your bikes morphed into 50 others and the Frames are Wheel Chocks:realmad::skeptic:

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So I take it you never had any luck. Did you ever replace them?

No never replaced them, I always had high hopes they would be found and returned.

I have 3 Boats and that has occupied my time during the last 2 years.:rolleyes:

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