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Well in the early hours of this morning some scroat decided me and her indoors didn't need our bikes for work anymore and removed them :(

I only picked up my XSR on the 1st brand new so well gutted :(

Her indoors has lost her XJ6 as well so is also gutted :(
 

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Very sorry to hear that, Dan.....seems the madness of bike thefts in the UK continues unabated. Two XSRs gone in one week, and not even in London. Crazy.
 

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Sorry to hear your bike got stolen but hopefully where it got stolen has cameras since that could go a long way in getting what you should get from insurance. Don't know how they could turn you down after proof like that.
 

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Well after having my bike stolen in September I now have her back!

Got a phone call from plod in merseyside on Monday night saying it was pulled over and during the course of the investigations at the roadside they found the chassis number and the number plate didn’t match! So the scally scarpered leaving his helmet behind!!!

Picked it up yesterday before work and just this morning I’ve gone out to have a look at the damage and am amazed!

The list of repairs are:

New number plate
New fuel cap lock
New wing mirror glass.

Other than that there is not a scratch on it!!!!

They’ve done 1400 miles in 5 weeks though!!

And the wiring harness is intact, they’ve just directly wired into the plugs to make it work with a standard automotive switch!!
 

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Glad to hear you've got your bike back (and undamaged), Dan. Hopefully there will be enough DNA in the helmet for Plod to go after the culprit. Maybe the missus will see her bike again too. Good luck.
 
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