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3 Stolen ATV's In Florida

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Hello Quadcrazy members I have recently had my atvs stolen . I'll leave the speculation out of this post and simply tell any members in Pasco county area to watch out. Three Honda's 05,06 and 06 TRX400 EX Red plastic, red seat, nerf bars, kill switch, rear brake/chain plate 250 red plastics, black seat stock and a 90 all black stock respectfully. Any info is appreciated you can contact me through my email or the Pasco County sheriffs office @ 727-847-5878.

Thanks in advance

Pictuers coming asap

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Welcome to the community..sorry to hear about that. Pictures would definately help. Do yourself a favor and keep an eye out for them on Craigslist if they are trying to unload them..:yes:

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welcome to the site.. really suxs ppl steal these things.. i will def keep a look out on all the used forsale websites... good luck

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