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    Post ID # 036831
  • This item has been Recovered
  • Date of Theft: May 13th, 2017
  • Location of Theft: Chevron on HWY 78, I-20 intersection in Leeds, AL
  • Model Year: 2013
  • Make: Honda
  • Model: CBR 1000 RR
  • Color: Red
  • License Plate: none (it was my track bike)
  • VIN Number: JH2SC5905DK500379
  • Street: 6995 Parkway Drive
  • City Where Stolen: Leeds
  • State: Alabama
  • Country: United States
  • Zip/Postal Code: 35094
  • Police Report Filed?: Yes
  • Name of Police Agency: Leeds Pollice Alabama
  • Listed: June 23, 2017 6:32 pm
  • Expires: 299 days, 17 hours
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INFO YOU NEED TO KNOW:
Theifs Claimed name: Dylan or Danny
Height: 5-10
Size: 220-230 Pudgy (looked pear shaped)
Skinny head- wide sed eyes
Hair Color: Dark brown/ black
Race: White
Facial hair: scruff around jaw and lips
Strong country accent
Claims to work for Georgia Pacific Paper mill or general electric in atlanta

VEHICLE:
92-96 Ford F-150 Long wheel base
I think it was an extended bed or extended cab
Color: Blue
It looked like it had a leveling kit installed

MOTORCYCLE:
Red Honda CBR 1000 RR
Carbon Fiber Yoshimura Exhaust system
Power Commander 5
Racing Tires
Fender eliminator
Integrated turn signals with taillight
T-rex frame sliders
Rear axle sliders
Vortex Sprockets

READ BELOW FOR FULL STORY:
I had my bike for sale on craigslist and this person (he claimed that his name was either Danny or Dylan, lets just call him Dylan) contacted me about purchasing it on Friday, May 12th (after 9 pm). He claimed to be from Atlanta, Georgia and that he worked for Georgia Pacific paper mill and General Electric plants in that area. He contacted me from this number: (470) 488-7415. I believe this is a go phone but the number pulls up somewhere in Gainesville, Georgia. Anyway, he explained to me that he wanted to buy the bike but couldn’t meet during the day on Saturday may 13th because he got off work around 9pm and that he could catch a ride to Birmingham with one of his buddies who has work in Birmingham the next day. I told him that was fine (first mistake) as long as I got to choose the meeting location. I originally gave him a friends address to meet at, who has an arsenal, but then he called and said he was going to be late and if we could move it to somewhere else. So I chose the chevron because it is the most well lit gas station and cleanest around. He texted me at 10:42 pm saying that he had arrived. I then arrived at 10:50 and showed him the bike and such. His buddy stayed in a old blue Ford F-150 and never came out. Eventually I asked for the cash, and he brought it out and counted it. My buddy had a blacklight with him and shined it on the cash to make sure it was real. Well, it wasn’t, he had but one real 100 dollar bill on the top, and one real one on the bottom, everything else shined like the moon. My buddy knew it was fake cash (8700 bucks of it) but I didn’t know. My buddy asked for the cash and said he wanted to recount it so that he could think of what to do because he knew their intentions and we knew they had guns (so did we). Then My buddy called me over by the car to tell me it was fake and as I was stepping over the trailer, Dylan snatched the title of the motorcycle straight from my hand and ran to the motorcycle. We chased but Dylan’s helper charged at us in his truck, cutting us off from getting to the bike. They then sped off and we called 911. We couldn’t see anything from the camera footage and we couldn’t get a tag from the truck because its light was out. Please help me find that motorcycle, I am a college student and I was selling it to pay for my last year at Auburn. Any information helps and there is a $1000 reward. Thanks for looking.

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