Stolen Motorhome – Four Winds Fun Mover 31C – VIN 1FDXE45S56HA11292

December 13, 2021
Los Angeles Police Department
Case # - 211213-0581

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2006
Four Winds
Fun Mover
VIN - 1FDXE45S56HA11292
UNIQUE IDENTIFIERS - Front window sticker says "Good Girls Drive Bitchen' Toyz"

My partner was headed to work when he saw a pile of broken glass where our 31ft Class C Four Winds Toy Hauler should have been in front of our home in the West San Fernando Valley. Losing the RV is hard because I sold my late father’s home to buy it 17 years ago. More details: 2006 Four Winds 31C Fun Mover stolen from Encino, CA 91316 on 12/13/21 Driver’s window broken. California plate 6BUG005 (with recently renewed registration)  VIN 1FDXE45S56HA11292 This is a Class C motorhome with a 10ft garage instead of a backroom with a rollup door in the back and the back bumper is two folding ramps. Built on a Ford E-450 Chassis It has a distinctive curved front bumper from an incident earlier this year and a “good girls drive bichen’ toyz” sticker on the front window. A variety of older HD shop stickers on the metal around the back rollup door.  There is also a gash on the passenger’s side of the motorhome across the side door that is about 10 inches from the bottom of the side panel.  Black and white linoleum, granite cupboards and counters, diamond plate in the back with black and red interior throughout. Several other customizations include chrome handles on the back on either side of the rollup door.  LAPD incident report #211213-0581 and Police Report file # 21-10-15565 LAPD non-emergency line is 877-275-5273 to report any sighting of this rig. Thank you for helping spread the word.

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