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    Re: 2015 Polaris Pro's stolen

    Quote Originally Posted by XanderKane View Post
    educate yourselves. Stolen property isn't a pursuitable offence. Risk the general public for a stolen truck and a couple stolen sleds? Last I checked if you this kind of justice or policies from your police department move south of this border.
    Educate yourself. lol



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    Re: 2015 Polaris Pro's stolen

    Quote Originally Posted by XanderKane View Post
    educate yourselves. Stolen property isn't a pursuitable offence. Risk the general public for a stolen truck and a couple stolen sleds? Last I checked if you this kind of justice or policies from your police department move south of this border.
    What if these a holes went straight to whitecourt and steal your stuff. I sure hope you or your family don't catch them in the act and they harm you in the process. That would be sad knowing they could have been stopped in The middle of nowhere.
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    Re: 2015 Polaris Pro's stolen

    Quote Originally Posted by XanderKane View Post
    educate yourselves. Stolen property isn't a pursuitable offence. Risk the general public for a stolen truck and a couple stolen sleds? Last I checked if you this kind of justice or policies from your police department move south of this border.
    Speaking like that, you could be part of the problem.

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    Re: 2015 Polaris Pro's stolen

    Or if high speed pursuits are dangerous, then tail from a reasonable distance, call other detachments to create a blockade or follow them until they ditch the truck and run. It really doesnt take much for thieves to bail on their score. There are tonnes of stories on this kind of behaviour. Giving up because its dangerous is nonsense, but yes endangering police or the public with vehicular mayhem and gun fire is obviously not worth it.

    Letting the crooks off so easy will just enbolden them, either give chase and put em behind bars or dont bother, 50 percent will just make them smile and laugh. I know there are alot of new officers from other countries, but its no excuse to not have people used to the backroads.

    The bulk of crime in Canada, really when you compare to other countries, is tame. We dont have the drug cults of Mexico, the gang bangers in the USA and the terrorists of other countries to face with every day, so weak sauce excuses to not recover stolen property doesnt cut it any more. If the cops didnt go after my sled, it would have been lost for good, crime isnt insurance's direct problem, its the police first and formost when bad things happen and then when efforts are exhausted, then you call in the insurance companies to replace your stuff. Of course, serious terrible crimes such as murder are always horrific to all those involved, so my heart goes out to all affected by that. The cops that work hard to recover peoples stuff have my upmost respect and thanks.
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    Re: 2015 Polaris Pro's stolen

    Plus, this is Brooks. Not like you need to be very close to keep them in view. I mean, you can see the curvature of the earth there. Its flatter than Saskatchewan.

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    Re: 2015 Polaris Pro's stolen

    Quote Originally Posted by XanderKane View Post
    Stolen property isn't a pursuitable offence.
    If I catch someone driving away with my chit it sure as fawk is; and they better have more fuel than I do..........

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    Re: 2015 Polaris Pro's stolen

    I'm with shredder on this one,and good luck loosing me,even if I'm not familiar with the area.
    Quote Originally Posted by Shredder View Post
    If I catch someone driving away with my chit it sure as fawk is; and they better have more fuel than I do..........

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    Re: 2015 Polaris Pro's stolen

    lol they wont even make it outta my yard, if i catch em theyre gonna be done



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    Re: 2015 Polaris Pro's stolen

    Whoooooole lotta big talkers on here. Lol. You all realize that if you even lay a FINGER on those thieves, you'll go to prison MUCH faster than they will for talking your toys.

    I'd also like to say that I'd use the baseball bat that I keep beside my bed, but in reality..... HIGHLY unlikely.
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    Re: 2015 Polaris Pro's stolen

    This guy sounds like he almost caught thieves in the act
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