Gold Klein stolen from Manchester city centre
that gold lx stuff must be very rare these days
i imagine that somewhere in manchester tonight a dealer happily took that in exchange for a rock of crack
pretty identifiable bike and if its broken for parts that groupset is gonna standoutPosted 5 years agojoao3v16Member
Sadly, I believe this:
somewhere in manchester tonight a dealer happily took that in exchange for a rock of crack
is more likely than this:
That stuff must turn up on eBay
If the thief knows what they’ve got, they’ll not be stupid enough to flog it in public on an interweb.
More likely it’ll be sold fund a drug habit or just so a scrote can get some cash …Posted 5 years ago
EDIT: Emailed OPPosted 4 years ago
I personally wouldn’t mess about and hope the police sort it
Sadly, I spotted a mate’s nicked trek on ebay a year back. Told him, he told police (he had receipts etc). They weren’t interested. Not police-bashing, they have to prioritise, but maybe a reason why bike theft is increasingly prevalent.
Once the OP has been informed hadn’t somebody better shut this thread so that the scum bag doesn’t get wind of it?
I thought about that before I posted, but I think it’s being sold through someone else’s (girlfriends?) account and eBay (as far as I’m aware) doesn’t show source of traffic.Posted 4 years agoedward2000Member
One of his customers who left negative feedback tried to return something to him/her. Thus this ebayer should have his address. Is it worth the OP emailing this ebayer who returned said item politely asking for the sellers address and explaining why and then passing these details on to here so we can beat the living day lights out of him, I mean passing the details onto the police?Posted 4 years ago
Each to their own. I know too many people who’ve tried to do it by the book and the police didn’t care and ended up with their bike being sold on. The fact there isn’t much time left is why I’d try get the bike back myself. Fair enough report to the police but then try and get it yourself.Posted 4 years ago
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