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VIC 2014 Honda CBR 500R - Melb CBD

Discussion in 'Stolen Bike Register' started by Zaccheus, Feb 15, 2016.

  1. Location: 263 Franklin Street [Parked outdoors on the street]
    Odometer: Approximately 6,500km
    Modifications: Yoshimura R-77 Slip on Exhaust, Oggy Knobs, Michelin 'Pilot Power 3' rear tyre

    Reg Plate: 1N6UT
    Serial Number: 7728549
    VIN: MLHPC44U2E5102188
    Engine number: 2123317
    Stock number: 11617
    Body type: Solo
    Color: Red

    Security features:
    Steering Wheel Lock
    Kovix Alarm Disc Lock

    Stolen on 15 Feb 2016 in-between 0000hrs and 1000hrs.
    Suspected stolen timing between 0230hrs to 0530hrs as:
    1. I off-ed my lights to go to bed at 0230hrs, had a window view to the streets [Parked there everyday, hence the crime could be pre-planned]
    2. Graveyard shifts for Queen Victoria Market started around 0530hrs

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  2. Bastards.... good luck getting it back..
  3. Fcuking A/holes
    The bastards really must have wanted it if they went past all the security measures.
    Hope you get it back
  4. Indeed I hope it returns to you unharmed. Any CCTV in the area?????
  5. Hi ZaccheusZaccheus , the post with all your personal details in it was removed to protect your privacy. Best that contact with you is made by private conversation which you can then reply to with your details if you wish.
  6. Thanks everyone. There wasn't any CCTV that films the area that I parked my bike, but I suspect that there were CCTVs on the roads leading to it. I am following up with Queen Victoria Market's CCTV and the cafe near my place, hoping that they were caught on it.
  7. Just got an update:

    The chef from the cafe came to work at 0630hrs but did not see my bike being parked there.
  8. F****ing Hell...

    Another theft...

    Sorry to hear this, dude! Hope you get it back.
  9. Man that sucks balls.

    So the alarm disc lock didn't go off it seems.

    Any time you see a bike go into a van/trailer/ute, its being stolen! Note the rego.

    Best place to leave a bike in the city at night is next to a taxi rank.
  10. #10 cjvfr, Feb 16, 2016
    Last edited: Feb 16, 2016
    Near the market is a hotspot for bike theft. There have been a few lifted from the area. Hope you get it back in one piece. Good Luck.

  11. Disc lock alarms are very easy defeated !