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P25 FNN stolen from Manchester

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P25 FNN stolen from Manchester

Post by KSH on Wed 16 Aug 2017 - 23:07



At some time between 7:30pm and 9:15pm tonight, my van was stolen from Pollard Street East in Ancoats/Miles Platting in Manchester. Just behind Brunswick Mill (Bone Rooms) where all the Manchester bands practice.

IMPORTANT BITS:

The number plate is P25 FNN
It's a mostly white 1997 Peugeot Boxer.
It's an Autosleeper Symphony campervan conversion and has stickers on the sides..
It has a 1997cc petrol engine.
The spare wheel on the back is rusty.
There are ~62k miles on the clock.
There is an awning on the right hand side as you're facing it.
One of the rear wheels is a little flatter than the other.
On the windscreen are motorway toll stickers for Austria and Slovenia on the driver's side top, and Switzerland on the passenger side bottom.
There's also a Metaldays parking sticker on the driver's side.

My bike was inside it at the time.
It's an Apollo Belmont:
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There is a Batman bell on the left side of the handlebars.
The handlebar grips are rather worn.
There is a small bike speedo on the right hand side of the handelbars.
The nut and bolt holding the seat on are really broken as I had to tighten it with vice grips.
The wheels are brand new as are the rear brake pads.

MORE DETAILS:

Inside the van was:
A 50W solar panel and charge controller.
Some hand tools.
A big torch.
Camping gear; sleeping bag, folding chairs, folding table, airbed, picnic blanket.
A mains power connector and adapter.
2 power inverters.
A hose pipe.

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