Stolen PUCH on Offerup !!!

Check out this item on OfferUp. https://offerup.co/YMVukVCYodb (edited)

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Re: Stolen PUCH on Offerup !!!

Not sure how new this is cause it was stolen on 6/23, I’m guessing last year.

Re: Stolen PUCH on Offerup !!!

yea, it's the one, same pipe, carb, and pedals! made a post on Moped army facebook to see if anyone knows her (edited)

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If that was mine I’d make the offer go pickup and take it back.

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Looks like the same bike. If you had it registered then send the cops over to that person after you make the "deal" with them.

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Dirty30 Dillon /

> Jay Rivett Wrote:

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> Looks like the same bike. If you had it registered then send the cops

> over to that person after you make the "deal" with them.

If you bought the bike back, then they can't charge them with anything. The police typically have to solicit and retrieve the stolen property in order to arrest someone with sale/possession of stolen goods.

There's also a chance the person who has it now has no idea it was ever stolen

Re: Stolen PUCH on Offerup !!!

I’ve messaged the lady who’s bike this is, no response yet. So if you know her tell her to check FB/Instagram

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> Garrett The Kid Wrote:

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> I’ve messaged the lady who’s bike this is, no response yet. So if you

> know her tell her to check FB/Instagram

She has responded to me and is assessing the situation to get it back. Thank you OP for posting this!

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> Dirty30 Dillon Wrote:

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> > Jay Rivett Wrote:

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> > -------------------------------------------------------

>

> > Looks like the same bike. If you had it registered then send the cops

>

> > over to that person after you make the "deal" with them.

>

> If you bought the bike back, then they can't charge them with anything.

> The police typically have to solicit and retrieve the stolen property in

> order to arrest someone with sale/possession of stolen goods.

>

> There's also a chance the person who has it now has no idea it was ever

> stolen

Oh I am not saying to actually pay anyone. Just to set the deal up and bring the police along to pick it up. Tho I guess that offer up does require payment up front. Super scam system.

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