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post #1 of 15 Old 04-03-2012, 11:06 AM Thread Starter
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Unhappy Neighbors Truck Stolen!

I left for school this morning and saw the police at my neighbors house at the end of the block. I also noticed that his truck wasn't in the driveway but he was outside. I though to myself that is could have been stolen but it was probably something else going on. On the way home I saw him outside and still no truck in the driveway so I stopped and got the bad news. In the middle of the night his truck was stolen out of his driveway! He didn't say much and I can totally understand why. I couldn't imagine if my truck was stolen, and to think i'm just down the street from him.

Moral of the story is get a security system on your truck! I have both Revelco and LoJack Early Warning and god forbid my truck got stolen I would get phone call saying my truck has been moved and maybe the police would be able to track it down.

I don't have a pic of the truck but heres a brief description. 05-07 (I can't remember) F250 Super Cab Short Bed 4X4 6.0 white in color with the chrome package. All Stock. Was stolen from the South Florida area. Anyone down here keep your eyes open.

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I think I am the farthest away lol

But good luck to him on getting it back




My cousin lives in Miami and he had an 07 Outlaw with about 20 grand in tools in his truck (tile contractor) and it got stolen (with all the tools) right in the MALL parking lot



Security was right there and didn't do anything about it...

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I'm going to follow this thread to see if I can pick up (no pun intended) some security tips.
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As I get older I get less and less attached to vehicles. Not saying I want my stuff stolen but I don't think I would get super upset if it happened either.

Hell honestly my truck is worth more stolen.

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Things like this that make me like the fact I live in a small town (15000 people lol) I leave me door unlocked most of the time.

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Things like this that make me like the fact I live in a small town (15000 people lol) I leave me door unlocked most of the time.
I usually leave my door unlocked and my key in the ignition. Got to love small town Canada eh. last christmas I forgot to close my garage door went to mexico for a week came home, nothing stolen, 2 dirt bikes and a side by side sitting in direct view from the street. note from the neighbours on the door, "not sure if you meant to leave it open or not? so we kept an eye on your stuff."

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I usually leave my door unlocked and my key in the ignition. Got to love small town Canada eh. last christmas I forgot to close my garage door went to mexico for a week came home, nothing stolen, 2 dirt bikes and a side by side sitting in direct view from the street. note from the neighbours on the door, "not sure if you meant to leave it open or not? so we kept an eye on your stuff."

That's pretty cool man lol

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These trucks are some of the easiest things to steal....plastic door handles and crappy tumblers... I actually stole one...in an auto theft class of course. Way too easy
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did he actually post that...






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