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    Post ID # 048873
  • Date of Theft: May 23, 2018
  • Location of Theft: Konikoff Bldg, Lynnhaven PKWY, Virginia Beach, VA
  • Model Year: 2007
  • Make: Suzuki
  • Model: GSXR750
  • Color: White, Blue & Black (red letters)
  • License Plate: NY, but Removed by thief
  • VIN Number: Yes
  • City Where Stolen: Virginia Beach
  • State: Virginia
  • Country: United States
  • Zip/Postal Code: 23464
  • Police Report Filed?: Yes
  • Listed: May 30, 2018 7:38 am
  • Expires: 218 days, 9 hours
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Recently moved to new location in same city. Bike needed work so we got a new battery just to move it because old one was dead, but battery still would not hold charge. We rode it until we could get to a parking lot until we got it towed. Was parked at 2100 Lynnhaven Pkwy #201, Virginia Beach, VA 23456. Went to check on it 21 May and it was still there, but on 24 May it was scheduled for towing, but not there, so it is thought to have been stolen on the 23rd of May. Called cops, reported it and then kept browsing to see if it would pop up online and it did. Someone was selling it for $1,000 in Norfolk, VA from a Rite Aid parking lot on Granby Street. There were some modifications done, but we know distinct features of our bike. The listing was up on Craigslist on 28 May and then removed at 10am on 29 May. Have not seen it show up anywhere else yet, but hoping that someone can help us out to locate it. We wholeheartedly appreciate Kate any help, insight or leads to finding out motorcycle.

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