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I bet the cops did it they think they can do whatever they want and they can haha better hope you have insurance, fyl.

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Why you sterotype our police officers of wrong doing when they put their lives on the line in alot of situations to enforce the law.

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ydi for not following me lile i told you twitter.com/elementality kidddding... but seriously go fo follow maybe you should reconsider living in the a shitty neighborhood. idk sorry about your car

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if someone found a car on the side of the road with no doors they probably would report it, or if the cops just happened upon it. then again if the thieves stripped everything they probably would have taken the plates off, or the cops may have been able to figure out who's it was with the serial number.

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I agree with 30. they wouldn't just go making work for themselves. and plus if u see a stripped car the cops r probably going to think it was like that for awhile. not to meantion if the people that stole the car had enough time to strip it...they had more than enough time to remove the plates and scratch off the serial number....

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who would do that? like seriously what person says, "oh, im going to steal this car and rip off all the tires and doors. and while im at it i may as well destroy the engine!" haha some people out there are crazy. fyl.

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the persons property that is was left on reported it. They found my insurance paperwork in the vehicle and got ahold of me.

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fuck the police all of those faggets think they can do whatever they want just cause they got a god damned badge

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@54 They sell the parts for money. Since the individual parts don't have serials it's nearly impossible to recover them vs a full blown car.

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Fuck.. I hate how everyone has to reply to the first comment just to get their comment seen. Anyway, I agree with 30. I call BS

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The claim will fall through, seeing as the police forgot to mention that all this happened after they recovered the car and attempted to retrieve a shiny penny from under the chair. But it's ok, they got it in the end. They just had to throw out some of the "obstacles" to get there. Lucky penny is lucky :)

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Maybe it was stolen overnight and he got a call early in the morning? I don't know, it does seem a bit weird.

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I don't know, I haven't driven my car in 2 weeks and it's not parked in view of where I live, so I probably wouldn't know if it got stolen.

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It's true I was in a wreck once where a door had to be replaced. It was like $3000 or something.

My daily driver is like that. On the surface it doesn't even look safe to drive. Under the hood it is all good though.

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