Discussion in 'Stolen!' started by Baysearcher, May 12, 2013.
Not mine but thought I'd post anyway:
bloody rotten buggers
are they on the vw stolen page on farsebook ? disgusting
yes, on the 'stolen vw campers and beetles' page
thanks Ermintrude, found and shared
i don't think the split from west bridgford has been found yet. how do they make them just disappear???
it baffles me. i mean, a body is much easier to hide than a huge, great camper :evil:
I guess they're either cut up or shipped out?
nooo! surely cutting them up would be .... terrible! and getting them on a ferry or in a container needs paperwork, doesn't it?
I know there is something about lined garages so the tracker signals can be stopped until removed, but also if they are stolen for order for parts or type of bus it is professionals doing it, that is why they don't get caught.
Hidden many bodies?
If you're happy to steal one you'll be happy to cut one up I'd think?
Loads of stolen cars end up in Europe; where there's a will there's a way....
bloody hell - sounds like a proper operation! didn't realise it was so organised
*ahem* me? no. *shiftily shuffles off*
We block Ollie in with our car and the neighbours could not bear it if someone took our bus, it was bad enough when the car got broken into.
maybe we should all stamp our panels with our postcodes like the rozzers used to with pushbikes - it's horrible. good job mine spends more time not working or at the mechanics :/
It is.........kinda worked in the field of crime (interventions) for a while, the best people to advise on stopping your car/van being stolen or being burglar proof are ex pro's who used to do it and were good at it !
my neighbour used to do that - though not for my security
hee hee hee I remember the thread
me & Michelle have shared them on Facebook too..fingers crossed yet again the thieving bastards get caught
Hayburner have posted it on FB..they gotta be going abroad, surely in the UK air cooled scene stolen stuff would turn up somewhere and somebody would catch on. how about Vw Heritage and all the other suppliers insisting on chassis numbers when ordering parts and some kind of data base compiled.
Thank you Baysearcher for putting these on here and also thanks to everyone else who's shared it on fb/forums etc.
These 2 vans belong to my b.f's dad and brother and where taken from a locked garage. The theives new exactly what they were after.
Buy a scrapper, nick a good one, swap the ID, quick resto. It's all too easy.
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