Stolen Motorhome

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  1. Madeinengland

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    Just saw this on F/book


    MOTORHOME WITH CAT INSIDE WAS STOLEN ON 22/6/16 FROM HAROLD HILL AT ABOUT 10AM. Number plate L400 CPH.

    Any information, please call Victoria on 07974 154868.

    Victoria Catherine Baker : Hello everyone. We've had a sighting of the motorhome10.50am yesturday going down Swindon Lane, Harold Hill and turning left onto Dagenham Park Drive towards mini roundabout. If anyone lives down these two roads or even Whitchurch Road who happens to have cc tv please let us know. We are desperate to get Tigs the cat back if nothing else. Please share share share!!! 13494995_10155261285499815_8110906535233922028_n.jpg
     
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    That's awful I too would be more worried about my cat than my motorhome. Hope Tigs is ok.
     
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    Barstewards.................:mad: I hope it ends well.
     
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    Is that yet another Ford?
    Surely some thing needs to be done about their security......................or lack of. (n)

    Richard.
     
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    Now we are getting out of the EU, we could spec UK ones without the OBD socket!
     
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    Don't those ones work then Eddie?
     
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    Thousands of vehicles are recovered every year by tracking companies

    A GSM locator, even if a cheap Chinese one worked would have a fraction of a second to even register a signal, let alone "home in" on it

    I thought you had double posted so quoted the wrong one :Eeek: sorry

    Most Fords are stolen keyless'ly and don't have independent security fitted

    If your alarm operates with your central locking on the original ignition key, that is simply turned off as well with the OBDP device

    Many dealer fitted alarms simply plug into the OBD Port:doh: just benefits lazy installers sadly
     
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