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February 5, 2004, 07:51 PM


"Loudoun Motorsports burglarized again: The Leesburg Police Department is investigating a burglary of six vehicles worth $31,000 from Loudoun Motorsports at 17 Catoctin Circle, which took place early in the morning of Feb. 1. A similar robbery occurred at the dealership Dec. 31, 2003.

According to Lt. Jeff Dube with Leesburg Police, the rear storage lot of the motorcycle dealerships was entered by backing into and knocking down the fence with a box truck. The following vehicles were stolen: two Yamaha 660 Raptor ATVs, a Yamaha Warrior 350 ATV, a Yamaha Blaster 200 ATV, a Honda CR-25 motorcycle and a Suzuki LT-Z 400 ATV. "

Ever since the first incident and maybe even before it, the police have been making routine patrols of the shop several times a night to make sure everythings secure. And it happens again.
Seems like they could use some surveillance. Or at least some cameras.

In December some of the ATVs taken belonged to customers that had left them there for repairs/maintenance. Not the place to take your wheels if you want to keep them.

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February 7, 2004, 09:10 PM

I thought they caught some people a while back that were wanted for this thing?

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February 9, 2004, 06:50 AM

The LT-Z 400 was a good friend from Luray that had his there for a maintenance to cover his warranty with them. He had all kinds of after market stuff on it but they give him a brand new Z400 in the place of it. That wasn't to bad I guess.

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February 9, 2004, 06:57 AM

i dont know what the neighborhood is like there but at Ourisman Chevy in Md we had cars stolen, rims stolen, stereo shitt stolen all the time with cameras, with random police drive by's etc... if they want it they will get it...
at least they replaced your friends ride... up there they pay your ins. deductible and if you dont have ins. your shitt out of luck.
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February 10, 2004, 08:00 PM

thats really a bummer, why doesn't this crap happen to Coleman's or something, Loudoun is a good dealer, with pretty honest sales people
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