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2007 KTM Super Enduro 950R

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    Post ID # 026384
  • This item has been Recovered
  • Date of Theft: August 5th 2016
  • Location of Theft: Locked garage.Park Place Drive,Jonesboro,Atlanta .GA.
  • Model Year: 2007
  • Make: KTM
  • Model: Super Enduro 950R
  • Color: Orange/Black
  • VIN Number: VBKVE44037M927360
  • Street: Park Place Drive
  • City Where Stolen: Jonesboro
  • State: Georgia
  • Country: United States
  • Zip/Postal Code: 30236-553
  • Police Report Filed?: Yes
  • Listed: June 27, 2018 10:13 am
  • Expires: 1513 days, 2 hours
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UPDATE: 10/13/16 – RECOVERED – A man in North Carolina was searching for a KTM to buy on Craigslist.  The seller of this particular KTM provided him with enough information that he entered it into a Google search that immediately led him to this post on Stolen 911.   The information was forwarded to the police and the motorcycle was quickly recovered.

Mark Wilson, the motorcycle’s owner sent us the following…

“I must say, I was sceptical when I put my details on Stolen 911 and listed my bike as stolen.” “This is a great result as I thought I would never see my bike again.”  “Very many thanks!”

A Google Search of the Info Provided by the Seller Lead to Stolen 911

Original post…

Bike in locked garage and taken during the night 5th – 6th August. A vehicle was used to take the bike away.

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