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    2008 600 RMK 144 was stolen from Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson on the 6th or 7th of December 2010. Identifying marks are that the belly pan and hood did not fit together well on the right side, there was a small tear in the top of the seat, there was a number written on the dash in magic marker (it was a 6 or 9). License number was SG7735 and VIN ended in 55843. As you are out and about this winter please look for someone who is literally "riding it like they stole it". I am offering a $500 reward for information that directly leads to the recovery of the machine.If you have information please provide it to JBER Law Enforcement, APD, or call me at 230-4807.
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    Sorry to hear about this, let alone stolen ON BASE!? I've got the numbers and will keep an eye out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKDSLDOG View Post
    Sorry to hear about this, let alone stolen ON BASE!? I've got the numbers and will keep an eye out.

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    Unfortunately the old days of leaving your stuff unsecured on post are long over...

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    that sucks i hope you get your machine back. unfortunately polaris machines are the easiest to steal i would reccommend you chain your machine no matter where it sits, they get stolen around here all the time and are mostly polaris. I hope they catch the person that did it and lock em up.

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    That's what sucks the most. It was locked and cabled to a post. Know that you're saying about how easy they are to steal. Wish polaris would get thier act together and switch to digital encoding like ski-doo.

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    Wasnt this sled on craigslist?
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    I hopr for your sake that this machine was fully insured.
    I hate thieves of any kind. Hope you get it back soon and in one piece.
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    well if they went through a lock and cable they probably checked it out previously and knew what they needed to get it. I too wish polaris would get their sh*t together and come up with a better way to protect machines. My bro in laws key for a polaris made a few years ago works for my 2010 as well as my key does. It also works for the wifes snowmachine. im pretty sure most of the keys are interchangable, also there's the easy way to start them without the key but i don't want to give you characters any advice on theivery. the only upside to polaris is that if your in the middle of nowhere and you lose your key you can still get it started.

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    pretty easy to get any rig going without a key minus something made by brp, all they have to do is ulplug the key, we've lost keys back home in the vill and its so easy to get a polaris going it took me 2 minutes to figure it out when i was 10 years old and its just as easy today, i have a camera surveilance system set up at my house that records motion activated and you can also check it out from a computer remotely. it sux that there is dishonest people out there, i hope my cameras and my location as well as the fact that i try to have someone at the house when i'm gone will keep my stuff protected, but if a dirty thief wants something bad enough they will figure out a way to get it, about the only thing safe from getting robbed is a vegas casino, yet every once in a while someone will even attempt that, just goes to show you what a buncha twerps who don't wanna work for their crap will do... i think anybody who's been around sleds for more than ten minutes can figure out how to get one going without a key, unless it has a dess key, the new arctic cats are almost just as easy as the polls too, just unlpug the whole top light pod and they'll fire right up, well my f8 anyways... i'm sure the m's and xf's are still just as easy as unplugging the right cord... also the theives have these thing called bump keys too so they can even get into your house in less than 15 seconds right through the front door of over 95 percent of homes, seen that on cnn and googled it, try check it out sometime, goes to show ya how useless locks are.... all our security and locks and stuff do a better job at keeping the honest people honest than trying to keep the gutter dwellers honest... i sure do hope they find this person that stole your sled and i hope they extend the long arm of the law and come down on them with some of the stiffest penalties a dirty thief has ever seen.. my grandpa moved out into the woods a long time ago to get away from the stuff going missing back in the day, i'm afraid that is probably your best bet, however todays day in age a big ass dog is gonna provide some decent protection for your things, its old school and primative but if you got a big dog and yard and can leave em outside a thief would most likely rather go mess with someone else then your 200 lb dog running around in ur yard, btw there's a 200 lb dog running around my yard right now, untied up and he don't like strangers....

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    Quote Originally Posted by franklinfleagle View Post
    about the only thing safe from getting robbed is a vegas casino
    Nope, not even that. The Bellagio got hit for $2M today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by franklinfleagle View Post
    pretty easy to get any rig going without a key minus something made by brp, all they have to do is ulplug the key, we've lost keys back home in the vill and its so easy to get a polaris going it took me 2 minutes to figure it out when i was 10 years old and its just as easy today, i have a camera surveilance system set up at my house that records motion activated and you can also check it out from a computer remotely. it sux that there is dishonest people out there, i hope my cameras and my location as well as the fact that i try to have someone at the house when i'm gone will keep my stuff protected, but if a dirty thief wants something bad enough they will figure out a way to get it, about the only thing safe from getting robbed is a vegas casino, yet every once in a while someone will even attempt that, just goes to show you what a buncha twerps who don't wanna work for their crap will do... i think anybody who's been around sleds for more than ten minutes can figure out how to get one going without a key, unless it has a dess key, the new arctic cats are almost just as easy as the polls too, just unlpug the whole top light pod and they'll fire right up, well my f8 anyways... i'm sure the m's and xf's are still just as easy as unplugging the right cord... also the theives have these thing called bump keys too so they can even get into your house in less than 15 seconds right through the front door of over 95 percent of homes, seen that on cnn and googled it, try check it out sometime, goes to show ya how useless locks are.... all our security and locks and stuff do a better job at keeping the honest people honest than trying to keep the gutter dwellers honest... i sure do hope they find this person that stole your sled and i hope they extend the long arm of the law and come down on them with some of the stiffest penalties a dirty thief has ever seen.. my grandpa moved out into the woods a long time ago to get away from the stuff going missing back in the day, i'm afraid that is probably your best bet, however todays day in age a big ass dog is gonna provide some decent protection for your things, its old school and primative but if you got a big dog and yard and can leave em outside a thief would most likely rather go mess with someone else then your 200 lb dog running around in ur yard, btw there's a 200 lb dog running around my yard right now, untied up and he don't like strangers....
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    Quote Originally Posted by cjustinm View Post
    well if they went through a lock and cable they probably checked it out previously and knew what they needed to get it. I too wish polaris would get their sh*t together and come up with a better way to protect machines. My bro in laws key for a polaris made a few years ago works for my 2010 as well as my key does. It also works for the wifes snowmachine. im pretty sure most of the keys are interchangable, also there's the easy way to start them without the key but i don't want to give you characters any advice on theivery. the only upside to polaris is that if your in the middle of nowhere and you lose your key you can still get it started.
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    Soooooo why would you pull your key if your in the "middle of nowhere"? Just joking, I know what you mean, the Ski doo keys are great for most things but if someone wanted to mess with your sled all they really have to do is snag your key I guess. I don't know why anyone would do that... but then again I don't know why people do a lot of things....
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    I had it listed for sale then had to change the listing to stolen. I'm sure that it looks nothing like the picture anymore if it is still in one piece.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EagleRiverDee View Post
    Nope, not even that. The Bellagio got hit for $2M today.
    wild i just seen that, i bet they get that guy though, he took 1.5 million in chips, he's gonna have to change em in, anyways thats crazy, see nothing is safe anymore!!! but stuff can be made safer that is for sure.... oh and i meant only place where people don't really get away with it some people have made it out the door others have made it a few days a week whatever, but seems like they always get them guys that rob a strip casino

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