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Thread: BIKES AND SUPPORT TRUCK STOLEN Cannonball 2014

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    Here is full shot of the truck and trailer
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    Quote Originally Posted by wideglide38 View Post
    Maybe one of the owner's left their cell phone in a saddlebag and on. . . . . they could locate the phone that way!
    No such luck on that idea. But Thank You Sir!
    Steve Klein
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    Quote Originally Posted by parkerize View Post
    Here is full shot of the truck and trailer
    Thank You sir! I just talked to Truck Trailer Owner Jon Neuman and he said that they are working with Tacoma Port of Authority, Tacoma Police, Sheriffs Department, Department of Motor Vehicle Theft, Highway Patrol etc... $20,000 reward for indformation leading to arrest has been announced. TV Stations, Radio Stations and Newspapers have all interviewed the Cannonball Team. I sent all vehicles decriptions, vin numbers, license plate numbers and photos of all vehicles to all AMCA Chapter Newsl;etter Editors so they could send out a blitz email to West Coast and Northwest AMCA Mmebers. All we can do is cross our fingers.
    Thank You To All AMCA Members who SPREAD THE WORD!
    Steve Klein
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    Quote Originally Posted by alanc48 View Post
    spread the word (from buck carson's fb page)

    last night, four motorcycle cannonball bikes and their support truck and trailer were stolen from the hotel murano in tacoma, washington. The bikes were as follows (number 54) 1919 harley davidson j, (number 73) 1926 harley davidson jd, (number 76) 1931 harley davidson vl, (number 99) 1928 harley davidson jd. The truck is a dark grey 2001 ford f350 with motorcycle cannonball logos on the front doors, and the trailer is a 20 foot enclosed grey trailer with 4 windows and a large motorcycle cannonball logo on the rear door. I will also be posting photos of each motorcycle and the support vehicle as well.
    thank you al for the initial posting so fast!
    Steve Klein
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    Quote Originally Posted by wideglide38 View Post
    Al, If you can post a point of contact and telephone # (assuming police/sheriff's dept.). This would help. I've posted on several facebook pages.
    Thank You so much William! Every effort has merit!
    Steve Klein
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    American Pre-teens - 1965
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    Man i hope they nab these guys and everything gets back to you guys, this is the worst after a great cannonball.
    Al Cournoyer
    1942 WLA Boober
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    I'm sure the police are already on it, but what about the gps (ie little black box the ins companies track) in the truck. Is 2001 too old for this to have been factory installed?
    Bob Rice #6738

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    I would think that the thieves have the truck and trailer hid inside somewhere. Either they are locals with there own hide away or they are renting something somewhere close. The truck and trailer are too obvious to be on the road.

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    Really sorry to hear about this. It's a bad ending to a great event. We love our bikes more then people understand , it's really heartbreaking , we put everything into them. I posted a few things on face book , and hope my friends repost and so on.
    1951 Adam

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