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 Post subject: Break-in, Bikes stolen from KTM World Woodstock
PostPosted: Mon Oct 31, 2011 1:36 pm 
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Our Woodstock store got hit by some pros last night. They knew exactly what they were doing, cut all power, cut phone lines, cut everything that looked like a phone line. Broke in, disabled the alarm, took about 20 new KTM's, along with apparel, etc. We have been able to get the power, phones, and alarm functional again, and we are open for business at both stores.

If by any chance you happen to see a lot of mostly 2011 and 2012 KTM's someplace odd, like in the back of a U-Haul truck, please call the police.



I hate a thief.

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 Post subject: Re: Break-in, Bikes stolen from KTM World Woodstock
PostPosted: Mon Oct 31, 2011 1:40 pm 
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Holy cow Paul! I hate to hear that.

If I were a thief, I would NOT want to be caught by you ::shocked::

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 Post subject: Re: Break-in, Bikes stolen from KTM World Woodstock
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Wow!!!! ::eek:: ::eek:: It is very dark behind that building at night. Might want to put in some lights and a camera. Too late now I know...

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 Post subject: Re: Break-in, Bikes stolen from KTM World Woodstock
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There is nothing worse than a thief. Had to be someone that has been in there and cased the place.

Gotta wonder how they plan on selling 20 new KTM's? I hope they get caught and prosecuted to the full extent. ::mad::

It wasn't too long ago when Panells Firearms (a couple buildings down) got broken into and a bunch of guns were stolen. It might have been the same group.

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 Post subject: Re: Break-in, Bikes stolen from KTM World Woodstock
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Please get me a list of VIN's when you get the chance, I'll put a BOLO out amongst the local shops.

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 Post subject: Re: Break-in, Bikes stolen from KTM World Woodstock
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That stuff is on it's way to South America or Mexico in a shipping cantainer you can bet...


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 Post subject: Re: Break-in, Bikes stolen from KTM World Woodstock
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Ditto on the I hate a thief comment. Hope you catch them about 15 minutes before the cops arrive.

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 Post subject: Re: Break-in, Bikes stolen from KTM World Woodstock
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This should be posted at all the big mx sites, TT, racer x, etc. The more people that know about this the better.


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 Post subject: Re: Break-in, Bikes stolen from KTM World Woodstock
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I hate to hear this. I hope they catch the scum but it does sound like they were pros and had a plan. A pro thief is just as much scum as the amateur in my book. I hope you recover from this and you get these bikes back.

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 Post subject: Re: Break-in, Bikes stolen from KTM World Woodstock
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Terrible. I hope they catch the scumbags and tie them to a tree near a yellow jackets nest at HP.

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 Post subject: Re: Break-in, Bikes stolen from KTM World Woodstock
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Man that really (what can I legally say on here?)........ bites. I'm sure you have insurance and all but getting new replacement bikes is the hard part. I'll pass the word around during my travels. Hope you catch 'em

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 Post subject: Re: Break-in, Bikes stolen from KTM World Woodstock
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Someone posted earlier that the bikes are probably on their way to being exported, and that's exactly what I think too. They took popular KTM export bikes, and left the others. They also took orange apparel and helmets to go with the bikes.

MF'ers....

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 Post subject: Re: Break-in, Bikes stolen from KTM World Woodstock
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Wow! That's terrible.
Sounds like one of those situations you wish you would have had somebody standing guard with a 12gauge and eliminate that problem.

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