STOLEN: TRADESMAN TRAILER 5X4 AIRPORT WEST

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axlcorro
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STOLEN: TRADESMAN TRAILER 5X4 AIRPORT WEST

Unread post by axlcorro » March 13th, 2017, 6:44 pm

my son-inlaw had his tradie-camping trailer stolen, 5x4 app, small motorbike channel on the draw bar, steel canopy had two key locks. stand out feature is it has nearly no stick out mud guards like a normal trailer. it did have an ARB type roof rack with pull out awning but that may have been un bolted by now. STOLEN FROM AIRPORT WEST AT APPROX 8.45 AM . REWARD OFFERED . :mad:

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Re: STOLEN: TRADESMAN TRAILER 5X4 AIRPORT WEST

Unread post by Peter Aawen » March 13th, 2017, 6:52 pm

Damn! The bleedin scumbags are everywhere these days, aren't they?!? :urgh: :purplex:

Any idea on colour? Anything that'd stand out as it drives past in the other direction?
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Re: STOLEN: TRADESMAN TRAILER 5X4 AIRPORT WEST

Unread post by Little Briney » March 14th, 2017, 7:57 am

Sorry to hear the bad news. I know first hand what that feels like. Got a rego number?

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Re: STOLEN: TRADESMAN TRAILER 5X4 AIRPORT WEST

Unread post by axlcorro » March 14th, 2017, 9:18 am

The stand out feature would be its size (small) It's quite rare to see a tradie trailer this small with a motorbike channel on drawbar, it had no rego number, colour WAS dark grey/charcoal from memory, mudguards were almost non existent. We had bar strengthening work done on the inside of the trailer so we can identify it months or years down the track.

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