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Bike theft caught on camera

BRIT

Member
Thieves stole my bike in Toronto Sunday 12th Jan evening. Toronto is a small place, biking community even smaller - can't be that hard to find them.

If anyone see's these ugly faces then please report to the Police

There is a reward if caught and bikes found
 

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justride

Well-known member
post the pics in your building.
MOTORCYCLE THIEVES. IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION CALL POLICE
 

BRIT

Member
Done that, I'm using social media to assist since there's only so much the regular channels can do
 

Rhayd3n

New member
Can you post pics of your bike, or at least what bike? Will be easier to identify if we know exactly what we are looking for. That sucks, I really hope you find them.
 

Robbo

Well-known member
Also, anything unique that can help identify the bike like custom parts, paint, stickers or damage?


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billng

Member
Do you live in an apartment or condo? Also what kind of security was on the bikes? Crazy to think that they could just show up in a minivan and take 2 new bikes like that, makes me absolutely sick.

I'd never own a nice bike in an apartment without a ground anchor or something to chain it to
 

BRIT

Member
Apartment and both were chained - they used an angle grinder and they used 2 minivans. Caught it on cam
 

Matimaximumx

New member
Dude my 2019 mt-10 was stolen from my underground parking on Feb 4th by a white van! (Mississauga). They say they have the plates on camera, I'm gonna confirm with the cop what make the van was.

That would be messed up if it's the same guys.
 

Underdog

Well-known member
I said it before - bikes get stolen from underground garages ALL the time...
Option a - own a vstrom...never gets stolen.
Option b - Store ‘em in enclosed trailer
No visibility, no lust...
Option c - park at friends house garage...
So sorry to hear about your troubles.
I hope these scumbags get what they deserved.
Good luck!


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