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Dahitman44

Sled thieves hit DL to F-M area

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Dahitman44    0
Dahitman44

Just a heads up, we have lost a lot of sleds in the Detroit Lakes, Fargo-Moorhead area. Hawley area has lost seven sleds this year. Many taken right out of front yards in the middle of the day.

Most with keys in them (dumb) some without.

Keep your eyes open and be watch out for your neighbors.

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DEADhead    0
DEADhead

thanks for the heads up hitman.

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fishin58    1
fishin58

They were all Polaris's, if you can imagine that, pretty smart thieves!!!! JK, first thing that popped in my big head!

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Dahitman44

Also --

The most recent sled was a AC zr without keys in it.

Remember -- watchout for your neighbors as well.

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JigginIsLife    0
JigginIsLife

good thing they arnt 10" walleye theives, i hear you would be in trouble hitman....

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DEADhead    0
DEADhead

oh snap!

are you gonna take that hitman, or sit there like the family dog?

It's not like you can even chase him in your sled since it is a Poohlaris and probably in the shop again. probably the only reason they haven't stole yours yet...

\:o;\)

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Well, my Brothers --

It appears that some people are messin' With DaHitman ... Not a good idea.

Just stay away from my 10-inchers or I will have to jump on my sled and chase you down. Nobody wants to feel the wrath of DaHitman.

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JigginIsLife

no pun intended i was just trying to liven up the crowd here in the DL forum. ;\)

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DEADhead

 Originally Posted By: JigginIsLife
no pun intended i was just trying to liven up the crowd here in the DL forum. ;\)

don't worry dahitman's bark is worse than his bite whistle.gif

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Dahitman44

Meow?

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barek68

ya Hit. has the rite sled for himself, just like him cant even get out of his own way. confused.gif but thats the way he is, we still think hes a great guy. Hit your all rite, opps did I say that out loud, sorry guys. ;\)grin.gifcrazy.gif

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Ah, Jeez, Bare --

I am blushing. ;\)

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FYI, I was working 2 nights ago and received an attempt to locate on a newer blue 4 X 4 pickup with a couple of J*** Offs trying to load up a sled in Fargo. The pickup was pulling a smaller sled trailer and happened about 0100 hrs. In case you guys see any turds matching this description and they look suspicious.

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Guys like that --

I just Hate people like that. Me and a couple of buddies would like to have a couple of minutes with them in a dark alley -- I am thinking that they would never take anything again.

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fisherdog19    1
fisherdog19

Careful of the Hitman, he'll get you. I could introduce those thieves to my friends Hillerich & Bradsby.

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perch_destroyer

Hey hitman, When you plan to go down that dark alley, let me know in advance. I want to make sure i'm not working that night. Ha, the Perch

fyi, if get any more info/descrip/details/other turds, i'll keep updating this thread.

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Dahitman44

Right On, Perch, My Brother. ;\)

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