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Workers got home late last night and left the keys under the visor instead of disturbing us.

Busy time of the year and while the vehicle was parked in a private yard with security lighting (next to my bedroom) it wasn't the best security at all!

Heard the mongrels drive off in an early morning half asleep haze (thought it was the milk tanker): Probably joy riders as the logging truck next door had its lights and radio turned on.

Good lesson not to drop your guard when it comes to security

The photos below are of our identical twin 2018 Isuzu D-Max: The stolen ones reg is LLN679

In the vague hope anyone in the Manawatu, Wellington, Whanganui, Wairarapa (or anywhere else) sees it please get in touch!

 

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5 minutes ago, Trevor Gillbanks said:

Sorry to hear Keith.  Blasted scum.

Entitled scum - out at Karekare Beach a month or so ago, after ransacking and stealing from lady in late eighties, they moved down two houses, and took a brand new large Surf Life Saving vehicle, and off they went - police smartly put photo and details online, so caught - already painted another colour within a couple of days - words fail me at what these druggies  (and they are inevitably destroying peoples assets and lives for them) are prepared to do because that takes precedent.  Heard a senior police officer address a group last winter, and they literally  never arrest a burglar/car converter whose car and place of residence isn't strewn with empty little zip lock bags. 

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