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Sunday, 6 January 2013

Friday Bike update

Back in October I featured an ex-French Army Cagiva 350 T4E as my Friday Bike

The company selling these had two bikes stolen during a break in. It would be fair to assume that any military Cagiva 350 in the UK was from this batch, so if you get offered one, or see one being used in suspicous circumstances (ie teenagers riding it in a field), it would be worth reporting.

From the sellers: Ebay listing

REWARD
For Information Leading To A Conviction and / or Recovery Of The Following Motorcycles
This Was A Targeted Attack & The Culprit's Must Be Caught

Any Information Received Will Be In Total Confidence, You Dont Have To Give Us Your Details If You Dont Want To, Please See The Bottom Of The Page For Contact Information

Everybody Reading This Page, Could You Please Share The Information With As Many People, Forums, etc As Possible, Facebook, Twitter Can Be accessed At The Top Of The Page On The Right
A Police Investigation Is Now Underway, But Additional Information Is Urgently RequiredWe Cant Give You All The Details But We Can Tell You The Following
On The 23rd December One Of Our Workshops In Scarisbrick Near Southport Was Subject To A Robbery
A Member Of The Public Witnessed The Robbery At Approximately 8.10pm (20.10 hrs) 23rd December.They Saw Two Males Running With Two Bikes, In Their Haste One Of Them Run Straight Into The Back Door Of The Van (Probablly Damaging The Door).The Driver (A Third Male) Jumped Out & Helped Them Put The Bikes In The Back Of The Van, Then Then Drove Off At Speed.
They Contacted The Police Right Away And Gave Them Further Information & Descriptions
The Van Was A White Roofing Van, Sign Written
3 Males Where In This Van

This Was On A Busy Junction On A Busy Main Road, near the traffic lights by the
Morris Dancers public house, "Did You See Anything"

An Alsation guard dog was poisoned in the robbery, the dog was very ill for 3
days but has made a full recovery now
As We Said, This Was A Targeted Attack, If They Had Been Disturbed It Could Have Been Much Worse

They Must Be Caught, Any Information No Matter How Little Is Urgently Required

Direct From French Army, Military, Militaire, Cagiva 350 T4E Motorcycle
Cagiva 350
This Is The Same Type Of Bike Used In The James Bond Film Golden Eye
Also Used By Different Military In The Gulf Conflict & All Over The World
T4E Model In Full Military Trim
4 Stroke / Electric & Kick Start
Colour Green: Pictures Are Of A Similar Bike From The Same Batch
Rear Rack, 2 Seat, Hand/Lever Protectors, Protected Front Disc
4 Tie Down Loops (for strapping to van, trailer etc)
Factory Re-Enforced Frames
Oil Cooler
Still On French Number Plates
This Is A Very Unique Machine & Easily Identified

Also A Child's Christmas Present
Kawasaki KX85 Small Wheel Childs Trials
Lanyard Switch Fitted
Colour: Kawasaki Green

This Tells You The Calibre Of The Thieves Stealing A Childs Christmas Present
We Went Out The Next Day & Bought Another One So The Child Would Not Be Upset On Christmas Day
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You Can Contact Us In Complete Confidence &
Anonymously

E;mail: sales@manxdirect.com

Dedicated Phone Line For This Robbery 07875 164977 10.00am till 10.00pm Every Day

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Or Call Lancashire Police
In Complete Confidence & Anonymously

Telephone: 01695 566154 Quoting Crime Number: Lancashire Police CJ1205612

Telephone Main Switch Board: 101 Follow Instructions To Lancashire Police Or Wait For The Operator: Quote Crime Number; Lancashire Police CJ1205612

Telephone Crimestoppers: 0800 555 111 Quoting Crime Number; Lancashire Police CJ1205612

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Any Information You Have, No Matter How Small Or Insignificant Could Be The Key We Are Looking For

Do You Know Where The Bikes Are Now Or Who Did This

We Need Your Help, Thank You In Advance


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