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Old 04-08-2014, 05:14 AM
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Please Help my truck was stolen

Well I woke up this morning to go out to the parking lot of a Holiday Inn Express in Homestead to find my 2005 F-350 dually rclb stolen. It's white. It has a utility bed on it. Everything I use to make my living is in that truck. If any one near miami has seen it as of today any help would be appreciated
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It has the new 08 style mirrors with chrome caps.


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**** man, i'll be on the look out. Any parking lot cameras at the holiday inn?
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Old 04-08-2014, 05:56 AM
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Thanks jbg. Ya they had cameras and they aren't working. Also they have night time security.


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"Security".. right.. I'd be thinking they'd have a part in this. Maybe just cause I'd be pissed. But wouldn't be surprised either.
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Thanks jbg. Ya they had cameras and they aren't working. Also they have night time security.


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Dude that sucks, and they have camera's that aren't working, how odd and night security, also odd

Sounds like you where set up, thieving bastards

I'd be all over the Holiday Inn Express people, like fly's on dogsh!t!!!!!
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Wow, that sucks. Its my biggest fear realized. I sincerely hope they catch the scumbags that stole it, and soon. Pretty convenient that the security cameras are broken and security didn't see anything.
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Oh ya im getting their insurance info and more than likely going to sue


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I'd be all over the Holiday Inn Express people, like fly's on dogsh!t!!!!!
Hell ya, especially with Holiday Inn being a large chain. I'd like to think they should assume some responsibility for cameras not working.

If you have the time, talk to an attorney or a public defender. You might have a case.
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Old 04-08-2014, 06:22 AM
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Sadly i know everything is replaceable. Every tool ive ever collected since the age of 18 is in it. Some things you can't buy back. Welder, torches, compressor. I'm a mobile mechanic everything I have to earn a living was taken.


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Anything besides the mirrors that would make it stand out? Any stickers or dents? Rust or paint missing? Light bars? Anything?
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